I made a distinction in one of my messages. I have no problem at all with
an ISP flagging something as spam (i.e. they think it is spam). This allows
me to divert them somewhere and look at them as a group, and with a
suspicious eye. (This is exactly what I do on my own machines, using the
POPFile spam filter - so I'd be completely happy if my ISP did it.)
However, I would not approve of an ISP then deleting messages it had flagged
as spam. This would not be proper at all.
From what you say, it sounds as though your ISP might have stepped across
this gap and actually deleted e-mails. It also sounds as though they
realise their error and are doing something about it. All things
considered, I'd rather have an ISP that admits mistakes and fixes them, than
one that doesn't admit to making mistakes in the first place.
Regards, Dave S
----- Original Message -----
From: "adrien" <adrien.verlee@...>
Sent: Tuesday, July 25, 2006 5:14 AM
Subject: Re: Spam:*******, Re: [NTO] not recieving messages
> Op do, 20-07-2006 te 22:07 +1000, schreef David Smart:
>> "Spam:"? Sounds as though this is your ISP doing some checking for you
>> and warning you that it has suspicions about some of the messages you
>> are getting.
> Yes, it is (was) my ISP. They are working now on a solution.
> Still, I do not like it. It is *my* mail, even if it is spam!
> Yahoo! Groups Links