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7757Re: [NTO] spam

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  • Ed Brown
    Oct 9, 2007
      I guess you would say he is computer challenged? Tell him to quit think old and start studying. Everything worth while has a pretty good, some might even say steep learning curve. You are only as old as you want to be. But evidently he likes to do something else rather than put sometime in studying. And he might need a computer Guru--like you Alex?? You know where to go to get answers. And might be able to help him a great deal. No matter the age, you do what you want to do--at least that is my opinion
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: Axel Berger
      To: ntb-OffTopic@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Tuesday, October 09, 2007 13:36
      Subject: [unclassified] Re: [NTO] spam

      alice ttlg wrote:
      > Filtering your incoming mail is much less intrusive to legitimate
      > senders and a much better solution than challenge/response programs,
      > imho.

      Well said. There may be exceptions. I know a church warden with a well
      known and frequently published address he can't easily change and who
      gets 300 spam (spams? Is spam countable?) per day.
      In the experience of all folks here: How do elderly fuddy-duddies who
      just master email
      copy with those challenges?


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