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jasper

What is this site about?

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Can some one tell me about this site. They send me E-mails even though I am not subscribed to them and I want to stop them. They are persistent.

Have tried unsubscribing to them to no avail.

hxxp://www.wepraisehim.com/prayers4soldiers.html

<a href="hxxp://www.wepraisehim.com/prayers4soldiers.html">Aol link</a>

 

:grrr::grrr::grrr:

 

 

(Edited to break links)

Edited by dave38

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If you posted to the unsubscribe link, I'm afraid tha you just confirmed a "live" email address! Never, never, NEVER, respond to these messages. Your address will end up on yet another mailing list!

 

The only thing that anyone can do is filter their email.

I use Mailwasher, which is very effective. There are other applications for the job. A google search for "spam filters" should show some hits.

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Oh shit!

what about ignoring it, such as deleting it and not opening it? will that work?

I have it blocked on Norton, but that stops me from contacting it, will that work?

I wish someone would nuke the b*******.

:grrr::grrr::grrr::grrr::grrr::grrr::grrr:

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Well, it depends on who your ISP is on whether you can filter. If you use AOL, you're out of luck. Anything that downloads your mail to a client like Outlook or Eudora - use Mailwasher.

 

I use Pine client-side, and server-side I use SpamAssassin to eliminate spam. It also helps that I report spam-sending IPs to their ISPs and then point them to the disclaimer on the front page of tuxedojack.com.

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Thank you for the replies.

I will look into the filtering aspect, but for now I have blocked it in Norton in the firewall so at least my computer cannot link up to it.

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