The below is a good example of why to trim your signature before sending an email to a public mailing list. Ignoring for a moment the irrelevance of the conference, a one-line email should not have a nineteen-line signature --- particularly when the "notice" is null and void when sent willingly to a public forum.
On Mon, Mar 18, 2013 at 2:30 PM, Katherine Jeschke <krjesc...@omniti.com> wrote: > The Surge 2013 CFP is open. For details or to submit a paper, please visit > http://surge.omniti.com/2013 > > -- > Katherine Jeschke > Director of Marketing and Creative Services > OmniTI Computer Consulting, Inc. > 11830 West Market Place, Suite F > Fulton, MD 20759 > O: 240-646-0770, 222 > F: 301-497-2001 > C: 443/643-6140 > omniti.com > Surge 2013 <http://surge.omniti.com/2013> > > The information contained in this electronic message and any attached > documents is privileged, confidential, and protected from disclosure. If > you are not the intended recipient, note that any review, disclosure, > copying, distribution, or use of the contents of this electronic message or > any attached documents is prohibited. If you have received this > communication in error, please destroy it and notify us immediately by > telephone (1-443-325-1360) or by electronic mail (i...@omniti.com). Thank > you. -- </Daniel P. Brown> Network Infrastructure Manager http://www.php.net/ -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php