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Re: mail operators list

  • From: Suresh Ramasubramanian
  • Date: Tue Oct 30 22:42:54 2007
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Well, the current nanog MLC is mostly because Susan Harris was
cracking down equally on discussions of anything mail / spam filtering
related (operational not kooky) .. in fact, on anything that didnt
involve pushing packets from A to B.

And we have Marty Hannigan from the MLC telling us that operational
mail / spam filtering issues are perfectly on topic.  New list not
particularly necessary I think .. but sure, a spam or mailops bof at
nanog would be a good idea. I (or well, APCAUCE) have been running a
spam conference track at APRICOT for the past few years now ..


On Oct 30, 2007 11:02 PM, Al Iverson <[email protected]> wrote:

> > I would support the creation of a mail-operators list (& agenda time
> > for a mailops bof, since a lot of networks are small enough to mean
> > that netops and sysops are often the same guys) if it's deemed to be
> > offtopic on nanog-l.
> I have a sinking fear it'll be overrun with loud people who aren't
> actually responsible for anything more than a single IP at most, like
> SPAM-L, but I suppose it's worth a shot.