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From: John Cartmell <>
Subject: Re: "I'm Being Deluged By Emails"
Date: Sun, 21 Sep 2003 11:03:32 +0100
References: <D1Pab.983$wS2.firstname.lastname@example.org> <email@example.com> <raabb.531315$Ho3.90550@sccrnsc03>
In article <raabb.531315$>, Drew Nicholson
> I've gotten about 400 of these over the past few days; I simply delete
> them. I do have the luxury of broadband internet access. If I had to go
> back to dialup permanently (or even more than a day or so) I think I'd
> shoot the computer.
I've been getting one a minute since Friday evening. At least I don't have
the virus worries and in the past I've just deleted them as they've
arrived. This time I've had to add software that deletes them at the ISP
in-box. Annoying and time-wasting.
> Keep your AV signatures up to date, patch your systems with the latest
> updates, and don't open attachments from people you don't know. That's
> the best you can do.
Of course if you must use M$ you can always be caught out on-line whilst
trying to download a patch - which is what happened to a friend recently
[now which way should that smiley go? ;-) ]
John +44 (0)8700-519-527
Acorn Publisher magazine & FD Gameswww.acornpublisher.com
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