Telstra Bigpond Filter for unwanted E-mails

To: "Gil Langfield" <>, "Birding Aus" <>
Subject: Telstra Bigpond Filter for unwanted E-mails
From: "Bruce Cox" <>
Date: Thu, 6 Nov 2003 15:25:07 +1100
Perhaps you should send this to Telstra Gil, after all it's their filter.


Subject: Telstra Bigpond Filter for unwanted E-mails

> I thought that I would try Bigpond's Spam filter to try to reduce the 75
> so spam E-mails I get every day and just read the 25 or so from Birding
> What the filter did was to remove ALL messages from Birding Aus and about
> half of the spam.  So I have now deactivated the filter.
> My apologies if this issue has been discussed before on this forum - I
> been travelling.
> Regards,
> Gil Langfield
> Melbourne, Australia

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