If it makes you feel any better (probably not) the vendors are getting
vendor spam as well. I've received Macro spam several times since last week.

I'm always amazed that this type of thing is attempted in relatively compact
communities where it's so easy to earn a bad reputation.

John Harvey
Quadrant Software


From: Martin Rowe <martin@dbg400.net>
Organization: Jamaro
To: midrange-nontech@midrange.com
Subject: AS/400 vendor spam
Date: Sat, 16 Nov 2002 16:13:15 +0000
Reply-To: midrange-nontech@midrange.com

Hi folks

Is anyone else getting spam from Macro Computer Products? I must have had
half a dozen or more emails from them in the last couple of days, to
several home addresses and my work email too. It's bad enough getting
them from BCC (who only increased the spam rate after I requested they
stop), but MRC started sending them the other week, and now Macro. I
somehow assumed that iSeries vendors would be above that sort of thing -
as they're 'enlightened' enough to work with AS/400s in the first place -
but I'm now wondering if I just expect too much :(

Regards, Martin
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