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Re: [vox] Reducing spams for us...

On Thu, 2003-09-25 at 16:51, Mark K. Kim wrote:
The default Evolution 1.4.4 (or 1.4 something) uses thus--^
> hey guys...
> it would really help us to reduce spams if we didn't post people's e-mail
> addresses in our messages.  E-mail addresses in messages like:
> I'm okay with the spam levels right now but I know many of you have
> spam problems and it would be beneficial to everyone if we followed
> these simple guidelines.  Thanks.

Do you have a separate account or alias for tracking what sources give
you spam?

I think it was on Yahoo Groups that they strip everything after the @
sign when displaying the message on a web page.  That would be a good
feature if pipermail(?) or other mail archiving programs did that.  Or
if they html escaped all email addresses. :-)

Looking back through my archives of this list (randomly picking out
replies), I didn't see any inclusion of email addresses in reply lines. 
Could you cite which ones are problematic?  Maybe it's only one or two

Jeremy Turner <jeremy@linuxwebguy.com>
The LinuxWebGuy

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