Unwanted e-mail invitations

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Subject: Unwanted e-mail invitations
From: "Hal Wootten" <>
Date: Fri, 21 Dec 2001 11:28:20 +1100
I have found that the best way to deal with unwanted e-mail invitations,
pornographic or otherwise (no, I don't want to spend $25 to learn how to
make a million in 7 days -if they can do that why do they want my $25?) is
to make a rule in my e-mail processing program that all messages from the
same sender go directly in to the Deleted Messages folder on arrival.  This
is a quick and simple process in Outlook.  This way you never see them and
your eyesight cannot be affected.  Moreover you do not get irritated by
their repeated arrival and do not waste time hitting the delete button.

  Hal Wootten

Hal Wootten AC QC
E-mail <>
PO Box 255 Glebe Australia 2037
Phone (02) 9692 9354  Fax (02) 9660 1503

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