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Old 22nd August 2004, 17:58   #5
Hixie
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most hosts have SpamAssassin installed just update your filters to blacklist and delete email titles marked *****SPAM**** also dont post your email in its orginal form as you get loads of email spider bots crawling these forums take away the @ and replace it with something like (at) or just dont post your email at all if you want someone to contact you just post an im user name and on a last note if you receive an email from someone called contacto dont do the dumb thing and run the scr file he sends you, if none of the above works look at the email properties/message source and contact there host, your email is like your phone number you wouldn't just give it to anybody, nor can they just best guess it they have to find it from somewhere
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