Ken Friedman writes:
> As annoying as commercial Spams are, it seems to me that they occur
> infrequently enough that it's better to leave the system as it is. As
> Thanks for submitting the issue to a referendum, Peter. I'll vote to leave
> things as they are.
I'd agree with this. I did read Jorg's comments, and he does raise
valid points, esp. that bit about every bit/byte of e-mail costs --
for those who have to pay for their network service.
On the other hand, this doesn't happen all that often -- although
there seems to be some feeling that typo-l is getting rather more than
its fair share of spam-hits.
Let's see what Peter can find out about why they're slipping through
to this list, which should give us a better basis for further
> Happy New Year.
Yes, happy New Year to all the readers and contributors to this list
-- always very entertaining and informative.