[UA-discuss] spam with "Universal Acceptance" will do no good for the idea
rmohan at afilias.info
Mon Mar 6 13:24:40 UTC 2017
Any official communications from the UASG that are approved will be done on
the ua-discuss list and archived.
I have no recollection of the approval of any mass email message in the
history of the UASG.
On Mar 6, 2017 4:24 AM, "Maxim Alzoba" <m.alzoba at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello Ajay,
> We have received spam
> to our Administrative address from IANA
> Linguistic Email <change at xgen.in>
> with subject
> "Universal Acceptance of your IDN"
> Do I get it right that it is approved by the group and you realize that
> your actions damage the positive image of the initiative?
> ==== the text of the message we have received ===
> to: adm.contact at faitid.org
> subj: Universal Acceptance of your IDN
> Dear Leader
> This email brings opportunity to unlock the power of your IDN domains to
> add new revenue and service in your organisation.
> Introducing XgenPlus , World`s First Email Server Software Platform to
> enable “IDN email Hosting” for your IDN domains.
> We will bring 100% EAI compatible email solution which can enable auto
> signup, customer management, multiple domain hosting with powerful features
> which are not available in email platform as of now.
> A solution, fully branded as per your needs is just few weeks away.
> Contact us to go live and offer email in your country much before than
> anybody else and be ahead in this competitive curve of services.
> You can try out DATAMAIL app to experience email id in 11 languages. Also
> you may see document highlighting Universal Acceptance in India.
> Best Wishes,
> Team XgenPlus
> If you do not want to receive email in future , please click here to
> unsubscribe !
> Do not Remove:
> Sincerely Yours,
> Maxim Alzoba
> Special projects manager,
> International Relations Department,
> m. +7 916 6761580
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