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Re: OT: Inundated with bogus(?) warnings I'm infected



On Friday 15 September 2006 06:49, Tim wrote:
>Tim:
>>> However, be aware that a spammer may well send through a few servers
>>> before leaving out for the wide world.  You can end up making a report
>>> directly to a spammer.
>
>Mike McCarty:
>> Yes, that's always possible. But unless the spammer is his own ISP,
>> reporting to the ISP of the spammer should be effective.
>
>Anytime I tried reporting spam to a rather well known ISP, I always got
>a bucket load more, straight away.  That lead me to believe the
>following possibilities:
>
>      * Spammer working in the ISP
>      * Compromised machines in the ISP
>      * The ISP reported to the spammer that I had complained about
>        them, and identified me in the process.
>
>I want an extra button on my mail client.  Next to the reply one, there
>should be a destroy sender button which sends a few thousand Volts
>through their PC...

Where can I order me one of those?

-- 
Cheers, Gene
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