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Re: VMs: Automatic Spam Filterning?
I have written my own email program so I don't even worry about it. I simply
delete them from the server. It takes about 5 mins. :-)
----- Original Message -----
From: "CWLee" <cwlee@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: 09 May 2004 16:58
Subject: Re: VMs: Automatic Spam Filterning?
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Adam McLean" <alchemy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: <vms-list@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Sunday, May 09, 2004 3:30 AM
> Subject: Re: VMs: Am I in this list
> >You ~may~ be suffering from an over-aggressive spam-filter:
> many ISPs (both academic and commercial) are quietly
> introducing these ATM (can you blame them?)
> "I can confirm this to be a growing problem. ... "
> +++ The process is changing, that is true, and for me it is
> getting better. The filtering system used by one or more
> ISPs merely adds an identifier (such as "spam?") to the
> subject line. I have a filter that places such messages in
> a separate file, and I review it perhaps every day or two.
> So far about 95% of my spam is thus automatically
> segregated. I have noted that perhaps 1% of the messages so
> designated are really non-spam that I want to read. It
> works well for me, and I'm on several other lists.
> +++ Best regards to all.
> "If elected, my highest priority upon taking office will be
> to get the gazelles and the lions to negotiate a peaceful
> solution to their long-standing differences." Tarzan,
> Democratic candidate for King of the Jungle.
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