info@bulk-mail.org

Tuesday, September 23, 2008 at 19:36 | Posted in e-mail, internet, spam | 6 Comments
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The owner of info@bulk-mail.org provides spam mail services but does not want to receive spam himself. Which is why I ask everybody not to publish the address info@bulk-mail.org in their blogs. Publishing the address info@bulk-mail.org would be an unfriendly act against a major spammer so please do not publish it.

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  1. I promise I won’t publish nfo@bulk-mail.org on my site, if you meant nfo@bulk-mail.org. But I have to be sure that you meant nfo@bulk-mail.org, and not anything simiarl to nfo@bulk-mail.org.

  2. And of course I got info@bulk-mail.org, so I’ll just asure you again that I won’t publish info@bulk-mail.org in any way anywhere without being sure that info@bulk-mail.org was what you meant, and nothing similar to info@bulk-mail.org.

  3. Correct! The address not to be published is info@bulk-mail.org. Alas, please do not publish info@bulk-mail.org

  4. I think I get it, but lemme be sure: it’s info@bulk-mail.org, that we shouldn’t publish, right? Because if I didn’t want spam to go to info@bulk-mail.org, then I really should publish some other address besides info@bulk-mail.org.

    I think whomever is behind info@bulk-mail.org would really appreciate that I didn’t write info@bulk-mail.org, because that means info@bulk-mail.org would be getting unwanted spam.

    We wouldn’t want that to happen to info@bulk-mail.org. Spam is bad.

  5. Publishing info@bulk-mail.org could indeed trigger spam mail to info@bulk-mail.org which info@bulk-mail.org do not want because they like to send spam, not receive it themselves. I am glad that so many good people around the blogosphere are doing their best to save info@bulk-mail.org from all that spam.

  6. Hilarious. I love Mikko Hyponnen.


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