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Re: Base Pack S.R.L.


I checked out the mailing list archives at the website, and sure enough, 
email addresses of each and every single person who has ever posted here is
archived along with their posts.

eGroups has a feature where it "mangles" the email addresses of list 
in its web-hosted mailing list archives.  Any chance of introducing a 
feature for the archives for this list?

I guess I've been bothered by this because I have a hotmail account which I
used as the "spam-magnet" and this account that I'm using for this list is
supposedly for communications with people I trust.     I could use email
filtering, but spammers now routinely change their fake "from" addresses.  
guess I'll have to live with it for now.

:( :( :(

----- Original Message -----
From: "Kim Flint" <kflint@annihilist.com>
To: <Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com>
Sent: Saturday, August 05, 2000 3:42 AM
Subject: Re: Base Pack S.R.L.

> no, there's no such address on the list.
> relax, I've gotten spanish spam for a while, and I'm pretty sure my name
> does not sound hispanic. I also get spam in other languages...russian,
> german, korean, you name it. spam is now global. (think of it as an
> opportunity to learn a new language and you won't mind so much...)
> spammers are much more sophisticated than joining mailing lists and
> collecting a few addresses. they have address harvesting software that
> scans through the entire net constantly looking for email addresses. they
> collect millions at a time. They even send to variations of addresses, 
> try to automatically decode all the various tricks people use to encode
> their addresses. (since I get all mails to my domains, I get all sorts of
> wacky stuff to non-existing addresses....)  If your address is anywhere 
> the net, you will get spam. Deal with it whichever way makes you happy,
> cause nothing will stop it.