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Re: [casi] Strange E-Mails

--- "Suzy T. Kane" <> wrote:
> [ Presenting plain-text part of multi-format email ]
> Dear CASI List:
> Am I correct that CASI does not send e-mails with
> attachments?  If so, I
> shall delete the ones I've received purportedly from
> Also, I have never seen e-mails to the CASI list
> FROM CASI before.
> Should I delete those as well?
They are not from CASI. They are from Darin Zeilweger,
who has gone through the CASI website and pulled all
the email addresses through the archieves.

Personally, I have decided to consider this to be a
denial of service attack on my e-mail sub-system and
will defend my equipment with "reasonable force" in
the event of future attacks - if that means I have to
start breaking the machines he uses to perform such
attacks, I am technically and legally able to.

Alun Harford

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