When Ameritech blocked team.net mail, I was told that the ip address from
team.net was in a "range that was sending spam". Not sure what that all
means, but it was what I was told.
> In a message dated 8/1/03 7:06:16 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> > I'm using a new Dell that is about 2 months old and within the
> past week,
> > I've started getting
> > the klez virus but not from any of the lists. McAfee came
> installed on the
> > system and has
> > been much appreciated. I've never been bothered by viruses.
> If there was
> > an attachment, and
> > I didn't know what it was before opening, it got deleted. I
> suspect a list
> > member is infected and
> > is unknowingly sending the virus.
> - - - - - - - - - - - - -
> I don't think anybody blamed AOL blocking team.net on a virus.
> The messages
> are being blocked by AOL because some AOL user complained about receiving
> unsolicited spam from team.net. AOL (She who must be obeyed)
> figures that Mark is
> a spammer and should be eliminated.
> Allen Hefner
> Phila. Region SCCA Rally Steward
> '77 MG Midget
> '75 MG Midget (The Project)
> '99 Ford Contour SE Sport (24v V6)
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