When I get something like this I send it to Spam@aol.com. They are supposed
to do something about it.
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Subject: to Judy Nagel....
Date: Wed, 11 Oct 2000 20:25:29 -0400
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Judy Nagel...just for that, you can't go to DisneyWorld until you have
unblocked me...shame on you for practicing on ME!!! (LOL)
>Yes and the strange thing is that I think you are now blocked on my in
>box...your message went directly to my delete folder. Now I've got to
>figure that one out!
>> What are you talking about... what "message box"?
>> Is this in Inbox-Outlook Express?
>> >FYI If you go to the message box at the top and click on it, you'll see
>> >"Block sender". When you receive a message from someone who you want to
>> >block just check this box and that person will not be able to send
>> >to you. Judy