We've already deleted the email address three times.

On Wednesday 18 September 2002 12:30 pm, Charles Sprickman wrote:
> Hi,
> I know someone brought this up about a month or so ago, but it appears
> "[EMAIL PROTECTED]" is still subscribed to this mailing list.  Could the
> list maintainer please manually remove that address?  I don't see a
> "list-owner" address in the headers of the vchkpw list, so I'm posting
> this hoping the owner reads the list...
> C
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> Date: Wed, 18 Sep 2002 17:26:54 GMT
> Subject: RE: [vchkpw] qmail-inject Error [T2002091803GK]
> Thank you for bringing this matter to our attention.  We are sorry for
> any inconvenience it has caused you.  Because we receive a large
> number of complaints each day at [EMAIL PROTECTED],  regretfully, a
> personalized response to each message is not possible.
> Please be assured that Verizon investigates each reported occurrence
> of unsolicited e-mail or spamming.  We maintain a zero-tolerance
> policy in regard to spamming and will take the appropriate action as
> permitted by Verizon's Acceptable Use Policy.  To view our policy,
> please refer to one of the two following links:
> Former Bell Atlantic users:
> http://www.bellatlantic.net/help/faqs/#faqpolicies
> Former GTE users:
> http://www.gte.net/hotlinks/policies/agreement.html
> To better understand the problems with unsolicited e-mail, we have
> provided information about filtering Spam with your e-mail software,
> answers to several frequently asked questions and links to some useful
> online information about Spam at the following link:
> http://www.gte.net/announcements/spam.html
> You may also link directly to our page about unsolicited e-mail:
> http://www.gte.net/contact/spam.html
> If you are reporting an issue of hacking or other security issues not
> related to e-mail abuse, please submit your report to [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> for investigation.
> Sincerely,
> Verizon Internet Services

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