[e2e] We do need anti-spam mechanism for e2e
huitema at windows.microsoft.com
Sat Dec 27 15:25:43 PST 2003
> > >>It would seem the spammers have won.
> > there's a bit of a misunderstanding here - the spammers are mostly
> > engaged in free market economics - if they kill the market, then
> > lose....not us...we never paid for this:-) we got 20 years of
> > for practically nothing
> I just went back to my archives of the last 2 months of mail to [e2e]
> and counted:
> 1) 59 "on topic" messages
> 2) 2 administrative messages
> 3) 3 spam messages
> 4) 36 messages complaining about the lack of spam control
> The spammers are not winning. The whiners, on the other hand...
I have received several private replies to this message. It turns out
the reason I see so little spam is because my local spam filters do a
good job of filtering it out.
-- Christian Huitema
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