Date: Sun, 22 Jul 2001 14:30:56 -0400 From: Ethan Blanton <email@example.com> Subject: Re: WWW.TCPTRACE.ORG Message-ID: <20010722143056.I25936@localhost.localdomain>
First of all, you clearly do not understand the concept of email or
you would have been capable of sending an email with a text body, as
opposed to some HTML crap that you didn't even *utilize*. In the
future you might alienate less potential customers if you learn to
write email properly.
Second, if you had LOOKED at the tcptrace website you would notice
that it is a research tool and we don't *care* if you can submit us to
10,000 porn search engines or what-have-you. All the good search
engines walk the web and have found us.
Third, you are abusing the address you sent this message to. As you
might have noticed, it is called tcptrace-*bugs*. It is for bugs in
our software, not spam. Please discontinue spamming our address so we
can get real work done.
-- If I've told you once, I've told you once And once is all that you needed. -- The Refreshments, "Carefree"
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