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Subject: Re: [GENMASSACHUSETTS] ***SPAM*** Re: Cambridge--"Little Dublin"
Date: Fri, 24 Aug 2007 17:50:51 -0400 (EDT)
I can take "Spam" out of the subject line, but, probably most of the time
I haven't done it--
I have emails from Equifax, the Federal Government and the Air Force, that
come in as "Spam". I don't know if it's my ISP or how it's picking up that
label. All three are wanted mail and not unwanted. I also have an online
friend who's a retired Army officer and he relays information to me that
as I as retired enlisted person wouldn't get. It's labeled spam.
I'm going to try to do better.
> A question for you: Does your Spam filter put the word Spam in the
> line and does it show up when you hit reply? Can you delete the word Spam
> from the subject line of your reply message?
> I use Google email and anything it thinks is Spam goes in a Junk folder,
> there is no editing of my subject lines.
> Sue Richart
> On 8/24/07, charles > wrote:
>> I have a "Spam" filter on this email account. I have it set to the
>> recommended setting determined by my ISP. I was getting a lot of
>> messages of a strong sexual nature and didn't like receiving them.
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