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Old 11-21-2010, 01:25 AM   #1
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Advice needed pls


I want someone that is real ''SNART'' to check this out and tell me why it aint a good idea. It seems that this system ''looks at your incoming e mail addresses and determines if this sender is someone you want to talk to'' The way I understand it, this system will ''filter out'' people that are not in your address book like ''spammers'' and people unknown to you inviting you to come to their websight and see their ''thingie''. It appears to be something like a Spam Filter with options. According to the web sight it is FREE for the using....

Someone please help with this and I will pay ten cents for really good advise from folks that appear to know what they are talking about.

I will pay five cents for reasonable ideas concerning this even if they are not exactly right so long as they are ''more right'' than ''probably wrong''.

I wont pay anything for dumb looks, drooling, and really silly remarks
you may have heard from your brother in law about this service.

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Nuff said.....


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Old 11-21-2010, 03:41 AM   #2
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Looks interesting, though I've always depending on the Spam Filtering that comes as part of Microsoft Outlook and G-Mail (Google Mail).

Every now and then I have to mark something as not-spam, but it does a good job otherwise in cleaning up the trash.

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Old 12-04-2010, 06:20 PM   #3
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Redneck, your ten cents is on the way in a e mail ..... It is five pennies and a nickel. Spend it wisely my friend.

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Old 12-04-2010, 08:06 PM   #4
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In my experience, anything received from an unknown source is SPAM.
And you can't be sure of anything (I've been victim to a number of scams using my e-mail address).

Best advice, be very wary of everything and use your head/gut feeling.
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Old 12-04-2010, 09:30 PM   #5
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20c worth... Boxbe is a email address collection scheme. That is all.

Take a gander at google and you'll see.

Boxbe is a service provided to screen spam in personal email. It presents a challenge to the sender that requires a human response. Marketers can get email through the screen for a fee

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Old 12-05-2010, 07:26 PM   #6
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That is why I've been using hotmail since about 1990, it has many options to customize your mail account. I have mine set to allow only addresses in my contacts list. Best part is it is free and accessible from any place I can find an internet connection.
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I don't care for spam filters because sometimes mail that isn't spam gets filtered out.

I have an email server that, instead of deleting what it thinks is spam, it just adds:
" [SPAM] " at the beginning of the subject line. And in my Outlook Express, I simply added a folder called "spam", and I have an e-mail rule: "if the subject line contains [SPAM] then move it to the spam folder."

This way I still get ALL my mail... I simply browse thru all the spam and find anything that isn't supposed to be there. Once a week I check one more time, then shift-delete the whole batch.
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Nothing like gmail for an online email server..

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