[OFFTOPIC] NANOG poster address harvesting


- From the list of To: addresses on this spam, it appears as though someone is
grabbing addresses from a NANOG archive, probably web-based.

I'm not sure what can be done about this, but unfortunately it appears as
though I was foolish to assume that I could post to NANOG from an e-mail
address that I care about.

Is there any chance of removing the addresses from the web archive? Or at
least does Merit honor "X-archive: no" headers?

                   Aaron Hopkins
                   aaron@cyberverse.com Chief Technical Officer, Cyberverse Inc.

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