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[I have added a filter to prevent more of these unwanted messages.  
Unfortunately, Paul Taylor's helpful explanation got caught by the 
filter as well! - Russell W]
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The problem is caused by the "birding-sydney" invitation email that
was sent to Birding-Aus.

People who follow the instructions and reply to the invitation to
try join the list are actually signing up the whole Birding-Aus
mailing list!  This is not a good idea...

If you want to join the birding-sydney mailing list, don't reply
to the invitation - go to the "birding-sydney" website instead:

     Paul Taylor                           Veni, vidi, tici -
                      I came, I saw, I ticked.

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