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RE: spam

Nothing comes to mind re MP Spam, but...

Since I started using Earthlink about 9 months ago, I have had virtually no
spam.  At the very most maybe only 3 messages in all that time.  
I also use Earthlink's Pop-Up Blocker.  What a blessing!  When an ad tries
to pop up, all you see is a little red fist, the size of your cursor, and,
if your speakers are on, "boing!"  However sometimes you WANT the Pop-Up. 
You can override it by either clicking several times, or you can turn the
blocker off.


> [Original Message]
> From: Island Jim <jsinger@igc.org>
> To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
> Date: 2/25/2003 5:06:54 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
> 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
> blockers? nothing quite torques me the way all those damn ads crowd
> 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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