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Block Ruben Safir - Re: [Hangout - NYLXS]

From: Marcel
Subject: Block Ruben Safir - Re: [Hangout - NYLXS]
Date: Wed, 19 Feb 2020 13:33:34 +0700
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Thank you Orbulon. I have blocked all of the related domains. I have been very busy while traveling and this incessant spam has been a real nuisance.

That I have been forced to block the domain names to stop the spam speaks volumes about the quality of character of this abusive individual.

On 2/19/20 6:44 AM, wrote:
Since the NYLXS mailing list doesn’t seem to respect unsubscribe requests, the only fix I’ve found to this appears to be blocking <>

Feb 17, 2020, 05:13 by

    The list has flooded me with hundreds of repeated messages. I have
    received two unsubscribe messages, but I am still not unsubscribed.
    Completely unwelcome and massive spamming (several hundred emails
    over less than a week, most or all of them repeats from

    Complete agreement with J.B. Nicholson on this issue.

    On February 17, 2020 7:57:43 PM GMT+07:00, wrote:
     >Why don't you like being subscribed to his list?
     >I'm subscribed too, automatically, but I'm GLAD for it.
     >Don't look a gift horse in the mouth.
     >What, this list isn't GOOD enough?
     >On 2020-02-17 04:40, J.B. Nicholson wrote:

            Ruben Safir wrote:

                Nobody but Stallman can do what he does, as a spokeman, and


                planner to protect end users from the abuses of non-free

            If that's true then everything RMS headed up is in deep
            trouble. At
            some point everyone needs to be replaced if only because
            nobody lives
            forever. I don't agree with the above quoted claim. I think it's
            possible to find whom we need to keep the free software social
            movement going and I think it's important that more people speak
            publicly about software freedom as a value unto itself.

            I won't post to your other mailing list to which I was
            subscribed without asking, and I cannot unsubscribe (the
            links in the
            email were unreachable). I shouldn't have to unsubscribe as I
            shouldn't have been subscribed in that manner in the first
            Hangout mailing list

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