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2a. Who is responsible for this list? 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 list? This list is intended as a resource, a clearinghouse if you will, for information, tools, news, and sites relating to email abuse. Originally, it was an appendix to the Email Abuse FAQ. It should be regarded as a work-in-progress; contact the current maintainer of this list for an up-to-date copy. 2c. When was this list last updated? June 25, 1998 2d. Where can I get it? This list will be posted to news.admin.net-abuse.email once per week. The latest version is always available at: <http://members.aol.com/emailfaq/resource-list.html> <ftp://members.aol.com/emailfaq/resource-list.txt> 2e. Credits & Contributors The net is unique among communications media in that it is quite literally owned by the same folks who use it. Many of them take action against abuses of the system. The author wishes to thank the people behind each of the resources listed in this document, for their continuing efforts to improve the way things work.