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From Christofer Dutz <d...@c-ware.de>
Subject Re: For christ's sake !!
Date Tue, 09 Nov 2004 15:03:21 GMT
I specially like the "Everything over 20 or 10 Points is treated as spam 
and so your message with 0,2 Points is treated as Spam too"
10 <= 0,2 <= 20 ?!? ;)


beyaNet wrote:

> Brian,
> it happens all the time, and needs to be put to sleep ;-)
>
> regards
>
> Andrew
> On 9 Nov 2004, at 14:13, maillist@burridge.net wrote:
>
>> Hey guys. I am very sorry about that. As cou can see, I use si20.com 
>> to screen
>> spam. However, I have the auto spam responder turned off. Obviously, 
>> its still
>> sending the email despite being turned off. I will email support at 
>> si20.com
>> immediately. I still received your email, which is even more bizarre.
>>
>> Has this happened before?
>>
>> I will do what I can to get this stopped immediately.
>>
>> Brian
>>
>> Quoting Jorg Heymans <jh@domek.be>:
>>
>>> In replying to this thread i got now this rubbish.
>>>
>>> Steven: Can't we just kick users with auto-responders off the list
>>> (after a fair amount of warning ofcourse)? Most lists even go as far as
>>> ban them, so I don't think this is an unreasonable thing to ask from 
>>> users.
>>>
>>> <agitated>
>>> Jorg
>>>
>>> --------------
>>> Jorg Heymans,
>>>
>>> This is Brian Burridge. I am running Spam Interceptor to get rid of 
>>> junk
>>> email. Please follow this link to verify that the message you sent me
>>> isn't junk email.
>>>
>>> http://si20.com/auth?uid=465&mid=147&sid=jh%40domek.be
>>>
>>> Your email was intercepted because it got a spam rating of 0 and I set
>>> Spam Interceptor to ask everyone who sends me a message rated over 12.7
>>> to authenticate. When you authenticate I'll receive your email and
>>> you'll never have to authenticate for me again, no matter what spam
>>> rating your emails get.
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>> Brian Burridge
>>> ------------
>>>
>>> Gunter D'Hondt wrote:
>>>
>>>>
>>>> Everytime I send a msg to the list I'm gettingt the following
>>>> mailmarshal message from the Standard Bank (@standardbank.co.za). Can
>>>> the intented person change it's mail settings to that this doesn't 
>>>> occur
>>>> anymore.
>>>>
>>>> thnx,
>>>> Gunter D'Hondt
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> --------------
>>>> Mailmsg from mailmarshal:
>>>>
>>>> Please be advised that the correct e-mail address format to be used in
>>>> all correspondence with Standard Bank is:
>>>>
>>>> recipient'sfirstname.recipient'ssurname@standardbank.co.za
>>>>
>>>> While your e-mail has been delivered to the intended recipient, please
>>>> change your records accordingly.
>>>>
>>>> Technology Engineering
>>>> Standard Bank
>>>>



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