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Re: spam

Yes to all Jim. I have Spam killer and it's very helpful in reducing Spam
for the most part. It keys on certain words. The Spam folk are clever though
and sometimes they get around it by avoiding those words, then I just add
their e-mail address to my filter with a quick click here and there . I go
in and check filtered addresses to make sure a desirable didn't get
filtered. I just scroll down then delete all. It only takes minutes.
    I also have add/subtract which does a excellent job of killing the pop
ups .
Of course I  remember Spam, Spam eggs and Spam. It's one of my favorites.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Island Jim" <jsinger@igc.org>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Tuesday, February 25, 2003 2:06 PM
Subject: [CHAT] spam

> 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.]
> while i'm at it, on a similar topic, does anyone use one of those "pop-up"
> blockers? nothing quite torques me the way all those damn ads crowd memory
> when i'm trying to find something on the internet.
> 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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