This morning I happened to see a mail in moderation from a Dutch man,
including phone info and so on.
I blocked that mail and informed the guy about the nature of the list.
It was in a hurry that he thought informing us about a download problem,
which is nice, but in a rush he didn't read/realise that his contact
information would be public available.
So he was glad that I kept the mail from the list.
Good to realise: a mail in the moderation, with private/contact info,
might well be send without full understanding of the lists.
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