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Topic History of: Spam
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JK2006 Interesting that the spam filter for E-Mails sometimes doesn't always just block but sometimes puts the spam into trash - I just saw one and was amused; the senders are clearly now trained to pretend to be personal with little things like "How are you doing today?" and other typical Americanised superficial social crap aimed to persuade you to at least open up the messages (never do - they can carry viruses). So they now begin with stuff like "I tried to call you..." and other hooks. How many fall for these I wonder (many seem to come from Nigeria I notice)? It's a bit of a clue when the filter shows you where they got sent from including proxies. Modern life!