RE: Bulletin: Programming Opportunity

Gary Handman (
Mon, 28 Feb 2000 17:24:38 -0800 (PST)

Seems this fellow has the odd distinction of possessing an email system
that searches the world for unwanted subscriptions to annoying listservs
and then signs him up without his consent.

I've unsubscribed him.

Calling UC Berkeley blind sounds like a real hoot and a half...


At 04:45 PM 02/28/2000 -0800, you wrote:
>I apologize for broadcasting this to the entire listproc, but it seems this
>is the only way to deal with this problem. I did not subscribe to this
>listproc and have no interest in the subject matter, but messages have been
>flooding my mailbox for several days. I have tried to contact the library
>at UC Berkeley since early this morning but all I get are recorded messages.
>I have tried going through the campus operator and have received three
>recorded messages indicating no one is available to take the call, have been
>disconnected twice, have been transferred to another recorded message, then
>eventually reached a live person who resorted to cursing after I suggested
>she find someone to whom I should speak.
>If any human being actually resides at UC Berkeley, I would appeal to you to
>Thank you,
>J. Mark Jones
>Database Administration,
> Administrative Computing
>California State University, Sacramento
Gary Handman
Media Resources Center
Moffitt Library
UC Berkeley 94720-6000

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