Sorry for the waste of bandwidth folks, but somebody who's using spamarrest is 
subscribed to this list:


I got a request from him to validate myself when I posted a follow up to the 
vpopmail daemon thread.

For those of you that don't know, while they claim it's not spam, Spamarrest 
spams.  There was a thread recently on the Spam Assassin mailing list about 
it.  Spamarrest feels that if you validate yourself to one of thier customers 
that it gives them the right to send you solicitations for their service.  
You can read more about their practices at

Brian, if you even see this, please consider other solutions.


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