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 From:  "Christopher M. Iarocci" <iarocci at eastendsc dot com>
 To:  Rick Spence <rjspence at tampabay dot rr dot com>
 Cc:  "M0n0wall (E-Mail)" <m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] I'm done with the list... No one listens.
 Date:  Thu, 10 Jun 2004 07:47:27 -0400
You think this list is a lot of mail, you obviously don't subscribe to 
the Postfix-users list.  :-)  That list is literally hundreds a day.  
Anyway, you made the right choice.  Telling us all about it though was 
pretty useless, and probably the biggest waste of your time since you've 
been here.


Rick Spence wrote:

>Engage with  a pix or any defualt to deny firewall. Learn the rules. It's 
>easy. Takes less than 40 hours of intense learning. Anyone who doesn't 
>shouldn't be running a gateway anyhow. I'm off the list. Total spam. The 
>posts I read are not listened to by those who know what they are doing. This 
>is rediculous to go back and forth when someone has laid on  the line how to 
>get the job done. Take a week for crying out loud and learn it. Come back 
>when you have the job done. The crap with this not working in version 1 is 
>horse hockey. I have 8 subnets , 8 networks running and working just fine. 
>If you are a new person ( I don't like  the word newbie) , that is just 
>fantastic. Welcome. We all are, but for crying out loud, try what is 
>suggested first and quit cramming the mail with "well what about this". I'm 
>off here.
>This program is great. Well done. Best web interface out there as far as I'm 
>concerned. And I don't mind helping others. I don't mind reading all this 
>mail. But damn you need to leard ipfw, Iptables, etc. .. and how firewalls 
>work. You need to learn basic rules.
>An interface helps. But It doesn't grow you brains. Don't be affraid to learn 
>and apply a great application like monowall to your knowledge. Simple routing 
>in my opinion is a prerequisite. Quit complaining about lack of documentation 
>and learn something. If someone heads you off on the right direction, give 
>credit damn it.
>Get on with it. Learn. Ask questions... But don't flood or no one is going to 
>help with newbie questions. I'm out of here. This mailing list needs rules 
>and it's out of control as far as I'm concerned. The lack of knowledge is 
>overwhelming and the questions asked is rediculous. 
>I'm unsubscribing. Sorry. This email is just to much.
>Rick Spence
>Have a great day.
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