[aprssig] Objects vs real stations
wd9eka at evinger.com
Wed Dec 31 13:45:51 CST 2008
I see you are using wildblue, I will assume that you have your arrl.net
address pointing to wildblue which uses gmail. They have fairly decent
Those not running with good anti-spam filters, will see a whole lot more
spam coming through the arrl.net address than you are seeing.
I had my arrl.net address turned off for a really long time because of
spam that came through that route. I've finally manged to get my
spamassassin settings set to where it is back down to an acceptble
bob(one of the other bobs)
On Wed, 2008-12-31 at 12:24 -0700, J. Gary Bender, WS5N wrote:
> I have NEVER received spam through my -at-arrl.net email address.
> Don't know where you got the idea that it is a problem.
> -- 73 --
> J. Gary Bender, WS5N
> Fence Lake, New Mexico USA
> On Wed, 31 Dec 2008 18:28:53 +0000, Len N9IJ wrote:
> > Bob,
> > I, too, have long been a league member but I already get more spam
> than I care for.
> > --
> > Len Revelle N9IJ
> >> -------------- Original message --------------
> >> From: "Bob Bruninga " <bruninga at usna.edu>
> >> > >> a) Every ham should set his ARRL email address
> >> > >
> >> > >Isn't that only available to ARRL members?
> >> >
> >> > Yes, I assumed that any active amateur radio operator would be a
> member of the
> >> > National Organization for Amateur Radio, (the ARRL). In todays
> society of
> >> > competing interest for the electromagnetic spectrum, it seems to
> me to be only
> >> > in the best interest of each one of us to support our national
> organization to
> >> > maintain our access to RF.
> >> >
> >> > Bob, WB4APR
> >> >
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