> Spam filters are inconvenient


I get a couple of hundred spams a day and I simply use the built-in spam
filter in Vista's Windows Mail; it is the best I have come across. It only
misses about 1 in a 100, and takes out far fewer genuine emails, so a quick
glance through the list of email subjects (an education in itself!) in the
spam folder before deleting them probably takes no more time than all your
complicated attempts to avoid them.

Just my thoughts.

Bob Frost.

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