>Thanks guys for letting me vent about my frustration with excess junk mail!
>I want to be specific about what is irritating me (and many of you). It's
>NOT individual postings about job openings, off topic e-mails, or animated
>greeting cards. What bothers me ARE the multiple postings that are sent
>to groups of people without their permission (spam). These idiots usually
>purchase a list of e-mails and usually forge a fake e-mail address so that
>you cannot reply to them.
>Here's some helpful tips that I found that I thought I would share with all
>*Never reply to unsolicited email with a remove request since this only
>validates to a spammer that your address is current.
>*Use filters or block senders to weed out unknown senders (which would be a
>problem because this listserv is so big and always growing).
>*Politely, report these up-to-no-good spammers, to the postmaster of your
>domain or these people below.
>Some web-sites on spam:
>Responsible Sites http://spam.abuse.net/goodsites/
>Spam-L FAQ http://www.ot.com/~dmuth/spam-l
>Report Scam spam to the FTC: http://www.junkemail.org/scamspam/
>Michelle H. Harrell
>North Garner Middle School
>Garner, North Carolina
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