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Subject: Re: Jodge orders AOL to allow junk email...
From: Mitch Collinsworth <mkc @ graphics . cornell . edu>
Date: Fri, 06 Sep 1996 20:56:19 -0400
To: Eric Thomas <ERIC @ VM . SE . LSOFT . COM>
Cc: list-managers @ greatcircle . com
In-reply-to: Your message of "Sat, 07 Sep 1996 01:57:49 +0200." <199609070034 . RAA26375 @ miles . greatcircle . com>

>Solution 2  is to  filter the messages  based on having  been sent  to an
>indiscriminately broad  audience, rather than  based on who sent  them or
>what they were about. AOL could publish  a policy that it will not accept
>e-mail sent  to more than  500 AOL users, regardless  of who sends  it or
>what  the message  is about.

So how many list managers here have 500 or more aol subscribers on a
single list?  (I'm sure there are some.  I don't but I'm not so far
from it either.)  OK juggle the numbers if you want but the point is
how do you propose to differentiate list mail from spam mail under
this solution?

-Mitch




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