vote to moderate bionet.toxicology?

Lawrence Segal am879 at FREENET.CARLETON.CA
Wed Jan 3 17:16:08 EST 1996


I vote to have the bionet.toxicology moderated to remove junk e-mail, as
described below in Dr. Miller's post:


Chuck Miller (rellim at MAILHOST.TCS.TULANE.EDU) writes:
> Several inappropriate postings to the bionet.toxicology group have recently
> appeared. One way to eliminate this electronic "junk" mail is to moderate
> the postings to the news group. I am looking into the possibility of
> setting up a screening system to eliminate spams and other inappropriate
> e-mail.
> 
> Now is the time to voice your opinion if you are strongly for or against
> moderation. Please post your opinions to the group (toxicol at net.bio.net or
> toxicol at daresbury.ac.uk, depending on your location in the world) rather
> than to me. Guidelines for what constitutes an "appropriate" message have
> been laid out by BIOSCI/BIONET. I will follow these guidelines in
> moderating posts should the group be in favor of moderation. 
> 
> Basically - any posting of even remote toxicological interest will be
> posted. Moderation will only be used to sensor the "get rich quick" and
> other junk messages.  
> 
> 
> HAPPY '96 AND GOOD LUCK THE NEW YEAR TO ALL
> 
> CHUCK
> 
> 
> 
> Dr. Charles A. Miller,  rellim at mailhost.tcs.tulane.edu 
> Bionet.Toxicology News Group Discussion Leader
> Dept. Environmental Health Sciences 
> Rm. 374, Center for Bioenvironmental Research
> School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine
> Tulane University Medical Center  
> 1430 Tulane Ave. Box SL29                 
> New Orleans, LA 70112               
> Ph. 504-585-6942, Fx. 504-585-6939              


--
Lawrence Segal
Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA



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