[bf1942] [OT] Do you also become that?

Misao misaochankun at speakeasy.net
Thu Feb 26 18:27:13 EST 2004

Sorry, being postmaster on many machines and for many companies, I can't
feel sorry for you ;)

-----Original Message-----
From: Lee Latham [mailto:leeprivate at cgmlarson.com] 
Sent: Thursday, February 26, 2004 6:10 PM
To: bf1942 at icculus.org
Subject: Re: [bf1942] [OT] Do you also become that?

at least a lot of people have the option of using one of the nazi spam 
solutions.  I work in sales, and I simply can't change the sales@*.com 
email address which my company has been circulating for twenty 
years.  Everyone else can be hardcore with a spam filter or simply change 
their email address now and then, like I do with my personal email.

For example, it's getting to the point where I will be changing this 
address, leeprivate at cgmlarson.com, to leesprivates at cgmlarson.com.

Wich will stop all the spam.  For awhile.


At 03:00 PM 2/26/2004 -0800, you wrote:
>Brigham Stevens wrote:
>>yes it is really annoying.. does this person realize they are asking 
>>hundreds of people to register with that site? That is really super 
>>annoying. Oh boy, here comes another message from 0Spam, the super
>This is the reason these challenge/response spam solutions cause more 
>problems than they solve. I'm no expert, but I keep a close eye on my spam 
>level, blocked using a combination of spamcop and spam assassin. The 
>volume of spam is rising at a rate of about 2% a week. Last week, 40% of 
>the mail coming through my server was identified as spam. This increase, 
>combined with stupid spam "solutions", are slowly making email less and 
>less usable. It's almost impossible to send anyone a zip file these days 
>thanks to the proliferation of worm/virus emails.. I reckon that in a year 
>or two, email is going to be completely useless as a medium, and we'll 
>have to come up with something else to replace it, which may be no bad 
>thing.. ho hum..

Lee M. Latham
Vice Field Marshall Admiral Imperator Generalissimo of Sales and Support 
(muy importante)
+1 (713) 977-4177 x.103
lee at cgmlarson.com


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