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OT - spam problems

My sister forwarded this to me after it was cleared by their in-house
computer geek.  It may be of some use to some of you.

> Dear AccuTemp Employees:
> I do not know how many of you have been getting unsolicited emails, but I
> have been getting them by the dozens.  I have found a site that you need
> forward them to.  When you get an email that you don't want, hit your
> forward button, type in the following address:  spam@uce.gov.  Then send.
> It might take several days, but my daughter said in about 4-5 days she
> stopped getting them.  So, let me know if you have any success with it.
> Thanks.

neIN, Z5

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