Not sure but if it does it's not working lately.  Probably gone on a vacation.

Dwayne Hottinger <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
  Doesnt the list run a spam filter ie spamassassin or bogofilter via 
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "JeRRy" 

Sent: Thursday, May 11, 2006 6:22 AM
Subject: [PHP-DB] Warning, Subscribers please read!

> Hi Subscribers,
> This message is not for PHP/MySql help in anyway but is posted due to the 
> high level of spam on this lately and some new people to the internet may 
> not be aware of the possible risks people can get into if they follow any 
> of the spam emails on here.
> If the topic is not related to a list but was sent via the list do not 
> respond to it, either in-directly via this list or the list your on or 
> direct to the reply-to email. But if your the curious person and want to 
> visit a website listed please do not just simply click the link that is 
> displayed in the email. Copy/Paste it into your web browser and surf it. 
> NEVER click a website link directly from a email, even if you trust the 
> sender, it's so easy to send fake emails that may appear to be from REAL 
> PEOPLE but their not! Get into the habbit of copy/pasting it. It's a 
> good habbit.
> Never send money to people you DON'T KNOW! Never trust an email from 
> someone that you don't know asking to send and or deposit money into a 
> bank account or paypal account. Normally it's a scam and the money is 
> just going to the scammer.
> PayPal emails, please update your account info etc. Never trust emails 
> with an paypal address. Never click it, copy/paste it or simply visit 
> http://www.paypal.com/ and login to your account, if their is a problem 
> with it they will list it as you login.
> The spam recently on here is really stupid, if the admin of this list is 
> about why not think about changing the permissions of list signups to need 
> to be approved by admin before actually being subscribed instead of them 
> only having to verify by a web address in an email. Would slow the spam 
> down heaps, has elsewhere and would be worth considering.
> Anyways be careful people, most of you would be aware of the issues 
> surrounding spam but this posting was to make sure that everyone is aware 
> of it happening. Of course this email would not cover the whole info but 
> is a starting point for you.
> Take care all and be careful.
> Jerry

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