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(Gizmodo)   Good news everyone-- As of today only 67% on the mail arriving at your server is SPAM   (gizmodo.com) divider line 4
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2013-01-25 12:46:22 AM
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Someday local teen sluts WILL want to party with me and my 0.5% m0rtgage and I'll never know.
2013-01-25 04:11:53 PM
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Jorn the Younger: Until such time as real anti-spam legislation is enacted (and not some soft-hearted slap on the wrist like over_and_done suggests above, but something with teeth)


Your newsletter, I would like to subscribe to it.

...and then train my Bayesian filters to accept it, of course.
2013-01-25 10:44:52 AM
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RobotSpider: wademh: Vegan Meat Popsicle: wademh: On my work email, they manage to filter out 50% of my legitimate email and somehow think that improves efficiency.

Do you not have the ability to mark things as spam/not spam or whitelist certain senders or domains?

Not as a user. They don't send things through at all. They also maintain a 5 mb limit on attachment size which really sucks when you have to send around presentations for comment/editing. I miss having quality IT support.

Speaking as a "quality" IT person, PLEASE STOP USING EMAIL AS A FILESHARE! That 10MB spreadsheet they sent you that you changed font on and forwarded back is now taking up 20MB. Learn how to use a shared network location, at least, and better yet, a version-control management system. I know "drive-space is cheap", but if you add bandwidth and messaging-backup and archiving infrastructure, it adds up to a really expensive, very inefficient file-store. TMYK


haha... pretty true probably...

As a consultant for one of the big four groups, I had the pleasure of meeting a guy with an MBA once who's entire six figure job was to forward emails based on the subject line to the appropriate department.

When I mentioned that was a feature of MS Outlook, he gave me the "are you a wizard" look back.

Honestly, I don't know what the hell the rest of you people outside of IT do because every time I'm dragged into a meeting with the "business" side of the house, it feels like I'm in the twilight zone.
2013-01-25 08:41:19 AM
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