I unsubscribed several people from the Protege mailing lists this
morning who were using anti-spam software that generated unwanted
traffic. Hopefully this problem has been resolved for the time being.
Thomas Russ wrote:
>On Jan 18, 2006, at 2:45 PM, adasal wrote:
>Sorry, I can't help with the chinese message, but the one from Brazil
>seems to be a subscriber's spam filtering program in action. It is
>attempting to verify the sender as a way of not letting spam through
>to the end subscriber. But it's really an annoying feature if you
>subscribe to a mass mailing list.
>I wonder if the subscriber with that address is wondering why there
>any traffic on the mailing list? I certainly am not willing to take the
>extra time to deal with it. Imagine if everybody did that....