[ubuntu-in] phoenix24 wants to keep up with you on Twitter
gopi.daiict at gmail.com
Wed Mar 12 13:45:13 GMT 2008
I apologize for the "SPAM", And thank you Gora for the extremely kind and
I'd takecare not to cause nuisance again.
On Wed, Mar 12, 2008 at 2:45 PM, Vivek Khurana <hiddenharmony at gmail.com>
> On Wed, Mar 12, 2008 at 8:51 AM, Jayanth S <jayanth at amonks.in> wrote:
> > If there is an option to put a moderation on new users(Limit upto 10
> > then it would be nice.. You can fish out spammers easily..
> > I seriously think how anyone would trust their contacts list with such
> > services.. I've always avoided it.. Rather i'd not use that service if
> > doesnt let me skip invites..
> > If the list can block out @xyz.com by setting up filters, thats also a
> > options.. Because lots of people give their Gmail contacts away..
> > @twitter , @minglebox Will do some good..
> This is a good idea but it requires some skill. On one of the mailing
> list I admin I had to actually look for mail.twitter.com in teh mail
> headers and block at the smtp level.
> Problem is these social networking websites create a mail message
> with From address set to the senders email account, like in case of
> this thread, the from address is set to gopi.daiict at gmail dot com,
> which is OP personal email id. So, the mailman filters which block
> @twitter.com id will never work.
> Since we are discussing the issue of moderating/banning the OP, I
> will like to raise one more point. Some social networking sites like
> yaari.com will send automated email until the receiver joins the site.
> In such a situation, the user has no mistake (accept for giving away
> access to his email account first time), infact yaari.com has no
> setting to disable repeated mailing and any attempt to communicate
> with the webmaster/PR/manager was directed to /dev/null. So I would
> request the mail admins to work on blocking emails from the social
> networking websites to lists.ubuntu.com at smtp level.
> The hidden harmony is better than the obvious!!
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