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Perhaps, but many recipients would call it spam.
A lot ofpeople have a very low tolerance for unsolicited e-mail. Anyone harvesting
the whois database for a mass mailing willexperience a nasty backlash -- not
just because of the content, but simply because it's unsolicited.
be legitimate uses for unsolicited mass mailings,and this may even be one of
them, but the spammers (most of whom seem to think they're performing a public
service) haveruined the whole concept. The ISP of any "script kiddie"who
does this will receive hundreds of complaints, and will probably shut down his