John Brunstein brunstei at UNIXG.UBC.CA
Tue Sep 20 01:21:38 EST 1994

	Send a message to 'postmaster' at his domain address outlining 
your complaint.  Sending unsolicited messages of the sort you describe is 
generally all that is needed to have someone's access revoked if they are 
using an account on a university server or even most commercial services.
However, unless the local systems operator or postmaster is aware of the 
problem nothing will be done.
	Such a response is more effective than tying up bandwidth with 
replies to the offending address every few minutes.  While this may be 
somewhat more satisfying, it really just slows the system down for 
everyone and really does nothing to discourage the offender.

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