[ppml] List modification
jmcburnett at msmgmt.com
Tue Feb 18 20:51:21 EST 2003
In support of Owen:
1. I Agree
2. Due to the massive amounts of email I get,
I use rules to redirect it to a special ARIN
folder. When someone does a Reply All, the email
hits instant notice.
3. If it was set up this way, and has been for so long, why change it now?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Owen DeLong [mailto:owen at delong.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, February 18, 2003 8:40 PM
> To: Brian Bergin; ppml at arin.net
> Subject: Re: [ppml] Revocation
> Count this as my vote to keep it the way it is. I find lists that set
> the Reply-To to the list annoying.
> --On Tuesday, February 18, 2003 7:49 PM -0500 Brian Bergin
> <arin_ppml at comcept.net> wrote:
> > At 19:16 18 02 03 Tuesday, you wrote:
> >> Brian - Please send this to ppml at arin.net. In order to
> have a productive
> >> policy discussion, we need this type of dialogue there. Consider
> >> addressing which contact info is required, optional, how
> to interface
> >> with providers who are not directly members of ARIN, etc.
> We should be
> >> able to come up with something that is not friendly to
> SPAMMERS but also
> >> is
> >> acceptable to the ARIN membership and the internet
> community in general.
> >> thanks!
> >> -ron
> > I just noticed this, even after I posted earlier about
> having private
> > discussions. ARIN's lists allow, actually encourage, replies to the
> > sender not the list. That's a poor setup IMHO. One must
> remember to
> > change the To: to the ARIN address. It's too easy to jot
> down a reply
> > and hit send without remembering to change the To: address.
> > I would propose a policy change to ARIN that their lists
> have replies go
> > to the list and not the sender. It's normally a simple
> change to most
> > list servers, it is on ours.
> > Again, my apologies...
> > Brian
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