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Who turned the spam off?

dedazo (737510) writes | more than 4 years ago

Spam 0

It's been three days since I got the last spam message on my personal email address.

From ~60 a day to zero, in 24 hours flat.

I spent three hours two nights ago trying to figure out what was wrong with my mail server. Nothing, everything's working perfectly, I'm getting all my normal email just fine. There's nothing upstream that could be filtering or blocking or anything like that.

What the hell?

It's been three days since I got the last spam message on my personal email address.

From ~60 a day to zero, in 24 hours flat.

I spent three hours two nights ago trying to figure out what was wrong with my mail server. Nothing, everything's working perfectly, I'm getting all my normal email just fine. There's nothing upstream that could be filtering or blocking or anything like that.

What the hell?

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