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From: "Lauren Boyd" <>
Subject: Re: [LO] Has anyone else seen an increase in pending notices
Date: Fri, 20 Jul 2007 21:16:28 -0700
I have somewhere in the neighborhood of 100 lists. Yes, spam seems to be on
the rise. The filters, apparently are not catching up as quickly as we'd
hope. I have been inundated with messages with "..... .pdf" in the
subject line. One would think that could be filtered out sooner than what
it seems to be taking. However, it may also be that it had been considered
that someone may use that in a real subject line.
I would not suggest dropping lists. Not unless you are finding it
overwhelming. Do remember that you can review the pending messages in your
email, delete the email and allow the server to dump those that are spam
within 2 weeks..... acting only on the real messages, of course.
Beyond commisserating, I am unsure what we admins can do about the
situation. Mark the spam for defang. Beyond that.... ?
On 7/20/07, <> wrote:
> Hi all
> I know I have a lot of lists. But lately, I've getting at least one a day
> about 20 lists. I send it to spam folder. One questions, is the defrang
> better than the spam folder? I usually click on the 1st page. If I need
> to read
> it further I click on the 2nd page.
> My problem is I have to delete at least 20 every 2 days. I know people
> before to get rid of some of the lists. I don't want to have to do that.
> of these lists are low maintenance with few posts. But the spammers keep
> picking on them daily. It takes me about 30-40 minutes a day to go thru
> these, I
> didn't have that many before the mailman. Is the tweaking of the spam
> folders working or are the spammers just to crafty.
> So many of them you can tell aren't genealogy in subject line. They say
> are selling or whatever. Can I have some feed back on this. Thank you,
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