Re: [EFM] test
Roy (& Frank),
These proscribed words are not filtered in order to censor, rather to prevent
$pam & junk mail. One of the most often caught is $ubscribe.
Generally, if an e-mail is filtered because of these words, the list owner gets
notification and (as Howard has shown) can modify the content to insert
euphemisms or $ubstitutes that defeat the filter.
You are not being censored. Note also that some people will trim cc-lists when
responding to items - that is a personal choice, in other cases people will
widen cc-lists so that people who weren't on the original thread get added (this
can be a breach of Netiquette).
Roy Bynum wrote:
> Without the ability to use the proper words to respond to some of the
> pre-conceived notions that are appearing in the reflector, it is very hard
> to be able to prove that some of those notions have no relevance in today's
> commercial consumer market. Without the ability to use the proper words to
> prove the falsehood of those pre-conceived notions it becomes easy to go
> off and create a product technology that does not have the "broad market"
> that 802.3 is used to.
> Thank you,
> Roy Bynum
> At 11:05 AM 12/13/2002 -0500, FEffenberger@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> >There are filters that cut any mention of 'forbidden words'
> >(They don't say what the words are, but you can guess!?!)
> >That is probably what has happened.
> >Frank Effenberger
> >-----Original Message-----
> >From: Roy Bynum [mailto:rabynum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
> >Sent: Friday, December 13, 2002 10:51 AM
> >To: email@example.com
> >Subject: [EFM] test
> >This is a test. There have been several responses to messages that did not
> >get posted to the group. This is a test to see if I have been deleted from
> >the group.
> >Thank you,
> >Roy Bynum