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Re: spam

I'd be interested in other's experiences, too. Have not even dared invest in a program, as I've heard such mixed reviews.

Internet "spam" gives the real thing a bad name. I remember my mother cooking spam just like ham, studding it with cloves and glazing it with brown sugar, when I was a child. And after 5 years in Hawai'i, I get nostalgic for spam in its various local guises (it is a favorite meat there)!
On Tuesday, February 25, 2003, at 04:06 PM, Island Jim wrote:

i get about 30 spam messages a day. so i bought mcafee's "spamkiller" program. haven't installed it yet; probably will later tonight.

do any of you have experience with it or any similar programs? if so, are they worth the time and effort to install and set up? [no point in getting into something that is more trouble to maintain than keeping a cat.]
and, finally, does anyone remember the monty python thing with the other kind of spam [spam and eggs; spam, eggs and spam; spam, spam, eggs and spam--and so on].
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