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2a. Who is responsible for this FAQ? WD Baseley. Use firstname.lastname@example.org to contact the author about this document. NOTE: This document and its author are not associtated with AOL in any official capacity whatever. Much of this information has been gleaned from AUP's, posts, and suggestions from others. The author, while attempting to be as accurate as possible, cannot vouch for the veracity of everything in this document. Please feel free to contact the author with corrections and suggested additions. 2b. What is the purpose of this FAQ? This FAQ is about abuse *of* email, such as mailbombs, unsolicited commercial email and unsolicited bulk email. It is not about abuse *using* email, such as harassment or other forms of abuse carried on using e-mail or other forms of electronic communication. It should be regarded as a work-in-progress; contact the current maintainer of this FAQ for an up-to-date copy. 2c. When was this FAQ last updated? June 25, 1998 2d. Where can I get it? This FAQ will be posted to news.admin.net-abuse.email, news.answers, and other newsgroups, once per week. The latest version is always available at: <http://members.aol.com/emailfaq/emailfaq.html> <ftp://members.aol.com/emailfaq/emailfaq.txt> 2e. Credits & Contributors The Gentleman, the writers and maintainers of the Net Abuse FAQ, Arthur Wouk, Deon Ramsey, Denis McKeon, lucifer, Myles Williams, Rahul Dhesi, Johann E. Beda, Barry Twycross, Julian Byrne, Liz Knuth, Zoli Fekete, John Nagle, various and sundry folk who have discussed, harangued, badgered, cajoled and otherwise assisted in coming to a consensus regarding various points, and countless others whom the author has doubtless forgotten to mention.