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____/ chrisv on Friday 15 August 2008 19:36 : \____
> Rex Ballard wrote:
>>Figure that each PC user spends 1 hour per day sorting out the spam,
> Bullshit, Rex. I get almost no SPAM at all, at either home or work.
> Maybe a few each day at, home, which are taken-care-of by a few stabs
> of the Delete key.
It depends on the visibility of the account. Also, there's more to spam than
just messages that go through mail relays. There's comment spam, which is
peaking in blogs at the moment (it's a nightmare). That too appears to come
from zombie PCs, so you can't deny by IP blocks.
~~ Best of wishes
Roy S. Schestowitz | Run a Linux server, sit on your hands all day
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