Monday, November 22, 2004

Spam

I just reported my 10,000th piece of spam mail via SpamCop. I have a number of different e-mail addresses, most of which I never use, but my main address at spamcop.net is the one that receives all of my mail. SpamCop then separates what is apparently spam from everything else, segregates it and sets it up for quick reporting. SpamCop then uses those reports to identify and put on a watch list all of those senders who are reported by myself and other SpamCop users. It's pretty effective. I rarely get any real spam in my local inbox any more. When I do, I have a quick way of reporting even those. SpamCop is $30 a year and well worth it. I've been a user for about five years.

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