With Popfile, I get every email sent to me. I may find it in my spam basket, but it stays there until I say it is spam or move it to the friends bucket. No emails should bounce. And beside my other two computers will pick it up as they do not as yet have Popfile, but when I get used to it and can manage it as well as I used to (when you get to be 80 you get used to saying "I used to could" ;-D) could. And all are on a secure wireless network (well as secure as a wireless network can be) and the e's come in to all of them.
----- Original Message -----
From: Axel Berger
Sent: Tuesday, October 09, 2007 12:16
Subject: [unclassified] Re: [NTO] spam
"Don - HtmlFixIt.com" wrote:
> Ask the isp if they have a challenge response system available.
> Those work pretty well too.
That depends on the other party. If I'm posting to ask a favour of
someone I'll accept that extra step. When answering a post requesting
something from me I may very well not bother, in fact I'd have to be in
an exceptionally good mood to do so.
(In fact this and address faking is the reason I never give a full reply
first. I only write very few words like "I can help" so I'm not too
pissed when that mail bounces.)
And these things seem a bit tricky. I've seen people not setting
exceptions for list mails they're subscribed to correctly, and that of
course makes it ridiculous.
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