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Re: Re: email that was named "hello" - was it real?

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] Re: email that was named "hello" - was it real?
  • From: Robt R Pries rpries@sbcglobal.net
  • Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2005 18:36:32 -0800 (PST)


Neil: for the last year or more I receive between one and three of these “hello” type e-mails each day. One says that an e-mail failed delivery and that it I click on the url I will see why. No Way. Another tells me her is the document I requested, Again No Way. And another tells me how much it loves me an d provides an attachment to open. I rather like this one but so far I have not been seduced. I know to delete all of these without opening them. I do not go to any extremes to get rid of them because when my provider was scanning for these type of messages I found they also eliminated many of the message from friends that I wanted. In fact many messages like those that go out to all members of iris talk can be viewed by some services as spam. I have decided that the only way to receive everything I want is to allow some others through that I have to act as the final filter. This should be a less on to anyone sending an attachment to say enough about it in the message so that it will not be suspected of being one of these threats.

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