Keyserver spam example

Jameson Rollins jrollins at
Thu Jun 10 18:39:25 CEST 2010

Speaking of spam, I'm getting more spam from some sort of automated
ticketing system that seems to be subscribed to this list that I ever
have from a keyserver.  The mail seems to come from:

and it often sets the From: to be from someone else.  This is totally
uncool.  Is there a list moderator that can permanently ban anything
From this address from the list?

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