Spam e-mails

Subject: Spam e-mails
Date: Thu, 20 Dec 2001 08:46:39 +1000
I thought the lass was a birdwatcher!

Unless Russell can find a way to block these, and he has made considerable
efforts to reduce spam, then the best solution is to hit the delete button.
There's nothing to say you have to go to the website.  It's annoying but no
more so than the continual warnings about viruses.  In many instances I
think the virus is really in the proliferation of warnings that are sent
out.  I use the same method here - DELETE.



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