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From: "Eldon Olson" <>
Subject: How to block a specified sender
Date: 17 Apr 2002 00:06:48 GMT
There is one solution (if asking nicely does not work). You can block all
messages from a specified sender.
I use Outlook Express. If you do, select:
News [there may be a long delay]
[opens to] News Rules
1. [check] Where the From line contains people
2. [check] Delete
3. [click on] contains people
[type in the name and click] Add
This News Rule can, of course, be deleted (or names can be added by clicking
on the "contains people" in the 3rd box.
Just to test it, I took a name at random (i.e., D. Spencer Hines), and then
did a Reset (to delete all existing messages), closed and reopened Outlook
Express. Behold, there are no messages from D. Spencer Hines.
Will someone please let me know when it is safe to delete this block.
"Roz Griston" <> wrote in message
> its so nice to see the hawaiian tree sloth, hanging about beating up
> the dull witted inu-thing can't even deduce that georgia is simply
> asking for peace and decorum, so we can all research without childish
> hanging upside down from trees causes your pee-pee to trickle across
> your belly and dribble down your neck. one day you may learn not to
> swim in your own urine. but until then: back under the porch, buka buta
> inu. have a biccie
> -----Original Message-----
> From: D. Spencer Hines [SMTP:]
> Sent: Monday, April 15, 2002 11:34 PM
> Subject: Knoxville Dingbat At Large?
> Talk about battleax dingbats...
> What rock did this one crawl out from under?
> She's apparently in Knoxville, Tennessee.
> So, perhaps it's a rock in the Clinch River ---- a big, dark, mossy
> All the good folks *I* know in Knoxville are quite sane and equable. I
> fear this one has escaped from the loony bin ---- or perhaps the
> Surely someone here can tell us her sordid History.
> Out With It!
> Deus Vult.
> "I must study politics and war that my sons may have liberty to study
> mathematics and philosophy. My sons ought to study mathematics and
> philosophy, geography, natural history, naval architecture, navigation,
> commerce, and agriculture, in order to give their children a right to
> study painting, poetry, music, architecture, statuary, tapestry, and
> porcelain." John Adams, (1735-1826) Second President of the United
> States. Letter to Abigail Adams, his wife, 12 May 1780.
> All replies to the newsgroup please. Thank you kindly.
> All original material contained herein is copyright and property of the
> author. It may be quoted only in discussions on this forum and with an
> attribution to the author, unless permission is otherwise expressly
> given, in writing.
> D. Spencer Hines
> Lux et Veritas et Libertas
> Vires et Honor
> "Georgia Lane" <> wrote in message
> | Once again, I must ask you, Mr. Hines, to stop annoying our
> | listers with your unkind, even nasty, comments in this forum. If
> | you are so bent on airing your differences, please do it in a
> | private email, NOT HERE!!!!
> | This list is for learning and sharing our knowledge. It was not
> | started for you personally to berate people.
> | You, my dear sir, are a nuisance of the highest order.
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