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Who Reads Your @nospam Mail?

BobTheWonderchicken Re:Get filtering (259 comments)

What I fail to see as the problem is the fact that you can give out a completely annoying fake address. I have free addresses that I send my mail to. Others use address such as Bill@Microsoft.com or Steve@aol.com. Of course people probably have those e-mail addresses and are completely annoyed at the large amount of e-mail they get that isn't for them. I suppose that the accounts have become inactive. The point is you can make up an address and not worry about the spam.

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