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- From: Tyler Baker <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: email@example.com
- Date: Thu, 17 Jun 1999 13:24:10 -0400
> Since I got it to and I don't think I have ever written a useful sentence on
> either list, she must be just sending it to all posters. I thought it was a
> mildly creative angle. (I also got a laugh out of it, recruiters just crack
> me up.)
> If anyone takes the job let us know how it goes!
Actually, the really nasty thing most professional spammers do is to have a search engine
index every public posting to every newgroup or listserv that they can find, and then resell
those email addresses to other fellow spammers.
The problem is that spamming for the most part is free and is one reason why E-Postage
actually is a good idea if the recipient is compensated by the sender for receiving anonymous
Otherwise your best defense is a delete key.
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