[Mediawiki-l] Public Reposting of this List

Dantman dan_the_man at telus.net
Tue May 8 02:33:21 UTC 2007

You could setup an email address for Mailing list use only. And filter 
out all emails which aren't sent to the mailing list. Then you can just 
sign the messages you send with an extra note of who to reply to 
privately. I personally try to use my spam mail instead of personal or 
business when I sign up for lists like these. They're all real 
addresses, the only differences is that the personal one is an in 
expendable one because I've had it so long. If the spam mail one starts 
causing to many issues it's possible for me to drop it because all my 
addresses are aliases, I have around 16 possible addresses 3 in use.

~Daniel Friesen of The Gaiapedia and Wikia Graphical Entertainment Project

Anthony wrote:
> On 5/7/07, Michael Daly <mikedaly at magma.ca> wrote:
>> Thomas Dalton wrote:
>>> There is a difference, but not a very big one.
>> I've never had an e-mail address collected from a mailing list.  I have
>> had e-mail addresses collected from web sites.  E-mail spiders run all
>> the time.  I'd say there's a _very_ big difference.
>> On usenet, I can use a fake e-mail address.  On my web site, I can use
>> hidden e-mail addresses.  On this mailing list, I don't have such an
>> option - if  the e-mail address isn't real, I don't get postings.  I
>> want the posting; I don't want the spam!
> The email does have to be "real", but it is possible to post from one
> address (set up not to receive any messages) and read the mailing list
> using a different address.  You could even block email going to your
> posting address, though this would be annoying if someone wanted to
> respond privately to you.
> Anthony
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