Thank you for the prompt response ... evidently, marking a message as
'junk' or 'spam' is very different from marking it for 'deletion.' (01)
ALL ... please DO NOT mark our messages as 'junk' or 'spam' if you please. (02)
On 2/14/11, FERENC KOVACS <f.kovacs@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> You seem to be dead on spot.
> I have checked out my deleted folder as you were explaining: (04)
> PY: If a person marks the [ontolog-forum] incoming message as "junk" or
> "spam," that could trigger an automatic chain response by your mail
> client signaling your ISP, who may then signal my (Ontolog's) ISP, who
> will then send me a warning and ask me to respond to the person
> lodging the complain within 48 hours.
> From the look of it, you may have done that. ... Could that be true? (05)
> FK I purged two postings these days, they could have caused it then.
> Vincent Wright Vincent@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx and
> Bill Andersen andersen@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> My appreciations
> Attention is the weakest, but a minimum form of connecting
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