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Re: AOL screwing up my Yahoo Group

... Still sounds like you're getting a generic answer from AOL, rather than one that shows they've read your message, especially when they ask you for
Michael P. Thompson
Nov 6, 2003
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AOL screwing up my Yahoo Group

Here's an amusing correspondence I am having with AOL & Yahoo Groups regarding AOL's screening of so-called "Spam."..... Subject: Issues Regarding Yahoo
(no author)
Oct 16, 2003
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Re: I did not get my email

If you didn't receive email you requested, ask your provider why not. Be prepared to provide some detail of course, so they can look it up in their systems.
Charles Chappell
Sep 24, 2003
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I did not get my email

I did not receive my email from customerservice@... which was sent through Constant Contact. I requested this email. It was sent by CTA, Inc. and
clamend24
Sep 16, 2003
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Wall street Journal Article

http://www.azcentral.com/business/articles/0804spam-email04-ON.html
justin5667
Aug 18, 2003
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Wall Street Journal article

[Excerpt] Didn't Get E-Mail? That Could Be Spam's Fault, Too Vigilant Blockers Toss Out The Good With the Bad Artist Misses Own Show By Mylene Mangalindan The
peteblastpr
Aug 15, 2003
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Re: Digest Number 42

... The article wasn't completely accurate. I know Jodie. She sent the email to subscribers of her "He Shoots" newsletter. See the bottom of
Derek Scruggs --> Escalan
Aug 7, 2003
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Re: Caught in the Crossfire

The article starts: "For Jodie Gastel, it seemed like a perfect marketing opportunity. The Victoria, B.C., entrepreneur, founder of the online gift service
Mitch Wagner
Aug 1, 2003
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Caught in the Crossfire

Marketers who rely on e-mail are getting zapped by aggressive new spam filters. To circumvent them, some companies are going retro, others super techno By:
justin5667
Jul 30, 2003
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SearchSecurity article

Could a 'do not spam' list really stop spammers? http://searchsecurity.techtarget.com/originalContent/0,289142,sid14_gci915849,00.html?Exclusive=True   By
peteblastpr
Jul 29, 2003
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Re: Digest Number 37

... Whitelists aren't a workable solution for business. Pretty much by definition most of the email you want the most (from new/potential customers) comes
Stephen Booth
Jul 15, 2003
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Whitelists are 'right' either...

Joe, JH> Whitelist-based solutions are the only way to go. JH> "Everything is unwanted email - unless I say it isn't by JH> whitelisting it." It costs you a
Tim Jones
Jul 15, 2003
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Re: Digest Number 37

I tried to email this person to point out that whitelisting didn't work, along with some specific examples of why. And he bounced it with a challenge response.
Laura Atkins
Jul 15, 2003
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Re: Digest Number 37

Backlist-based solutions are a pathetic answer to the spam problem. Why? Because they are not maintained in a timely manner, are extremely dynamic in nature,
Joe Halbrook
Jul 14, 2003
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Newsletter author loses valuable subscribers

Hello, I'm a newsletter publisher and manager of the @... domain. My IP address was included in a block of addresses listed in spews.org. While my
Justin Hitt
Jul 9, 2003
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