> I have to find a way to get improved SPAM filtering?
There is a good, free, open-source spam filter available for anyone
who uses a pop3 email client. It is called popfile, available at
sourceforge.net, I believe. It takes a bit of configuring but that
isn't hard, and its filters require a few days to learn your
preferences. I've been using it for several years. Very little spam
leaks through it, and it false-positive's on just a bit more.
One more thing...the recent blurb I wrote about silicon brake fluid
was *not* spam even though a few email filters and Dave M said it
'80 Spitfire, '70 GT6+
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