... From: E.Rodier To: Sent: Sunday, February 23, 2003 2:15 PM Subject: Fixing wanted senders blocked byMessage 1 of 1 , Feb 23, 2003View Source----- Original Message -----From: "E.Rodier" <cerear@...>To: <dist-gen@...>Sent: Sunday, February 23, 2003 2:15 PMSubject: Fixing wanted senders blocked by mistake> For Outlook Express, go to Tools, Message Rules, Blocked Senders List. It
> takes two clicks to remove a name thatwas blocked by mistake. Click Remove,
> then Yes.Had tried this. Thought I'd checked. Thought I'd re-checked. Have just gone at it
one more time .... very slowly! You were there ... and now you are not.This proves two things. (1)Haste makes waste and that (2)none of the 400 -600other blocked senders have not (yet) sent that second (or third) message. (Youwere the only one to go to my "delete box".) Not a huge surprise. Will hang ontothe blocked list for while out of curiosity.
> I don't think it makes much difference to the volume of spam if a person has
> acommon name or a series of initials for their e-mail address.
Had this input from several sources. Plus a few made suggestions about changingmy address to combination of letters & numbers to cut down on the spam. I'dbeen patiently deleting until Mr. Computer Guy made such a todo about it - infront of Sam! Feel my position is going to be to return to keeping my Nortoncurrent and accepting spam as part of doing business .> I've just cleaned out my blocked sender list because most of the spam was
> from made-up addresses used only once ortwice. Agree.A quick delete is easier AgreeCheers, Lynn ... who will now be seeing you in her "In Box"