> Dear friends:
> I have recently started to receive junk e-mail (chain letters, undesired
> subscriptions, etc) that used the ASA list as a route. I suppose other people
> are having the same problem. Is there a solution to this? Thank you very much.
This is unfortunately becoming a very common problem. You should place
the people and companies which do this on a mental list as people or
companies NEVER to do business with since it shows a total lack of ethics
and civility on their part.
There's not much that can be done. I have occassionally mailbombed
(sending them thousands of large files) people who've persisted in sending
such junk to my personal account but that's not a very Christian response
I'm afraid. Sending complaints to their Internet provider may help but
only if they're accessing the Internet through a commercial provider.
-- Steven H. Schimmrich KB9LCG firstname.lastname@example.org Department of Physical Sciences Kutztown University 217 Grim Science Building, Kutztown, PA 19530 (610) 683-4437 http://www.uiuc.edu/ph/www/s-schim Fides quaerens intellectum