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now, we can help a man who has worked hard caring for the departed

On Thu, 15 Jul 2004 17:10:16 -0400
"Don Levey" <lug at> wrote:

> It's not even the user per se who has the right to make the choice on
> that one, but the owner of the service.  When spam is received, and
> the user sees it in their mailbox, the damage has already been done. 
> Even if they decide that they don't want it.
True. SPAM is taking up a very significant portion of the Internet
bandwidths as well a email storage. It is an economic issue for all

Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
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