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Re: [Fwd: Re: Hosta Calendar '04r??]

  • Subject: Re: [Fwd: Re: Hosta Calendar '04r??]
  • From: EntICE11@aol.com
  • Date: Mon, 17 Nov 2003 21:59:41 EST

Mary and All,

For those who don't know it spam email addresses can be generated by 
And until you open(in some cases) or answer the spam...even to be removed.... 

they have your email address. And then they also know it is active. 
Then it seems to be fair game.
Responsible advertisers respect your wishes to be removed..but most are not 
that responsible. 
As the USA moves to try and do something about spam...
I have noticed the move of spam addresses to the UK and assorted places 
This does not bode well for ever getting rid of spam...

There are a couple good spam tools out there to help you get rid of spam. 
Some are free and some you can pay for.
Some of your service providers have gone out of their way to try and assist 

Just a simple delete is often an affective way to deal with spam.

As for the Calendars....some of the software that comes with your printers 
will allow you to take pictures of your own hostas(or from somebody willing to 
share their pictures) and make your own calendars.
Or you can purchase many Print packages that come with cards and calendars.

I think that person would of been a lot better off just dropping a note to 
the robin for interested people to contact them rather than sending with out 

possible 60 this week....
Please trees hurry and drop your leaves

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