Dealing With Spam

Written by Oswyn James

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Another trick ofrepparttar spammers is those "unsubscribe lists" oh these are just another way of you volunteering your email address they do stop sending you one mail and start sending you another. So no more viagra, now they offer you cialis. lol

So what can you do. Block them I say. Just block them out usingrepparttar 109508 tools provided by your email programme, ISP or email service provider. Then get yourself a good spam programme. There are some good ones out there. Also reportrepparttar 109509 abuse especially if come s from a well known domain such as yahoo or google.

Help keep spammers at bay. They must be stopped!

Oswyn James is a webdesigner and the owner of a multimedia webdesign firm.

The Hidden Dangers of HTML Email

Written by Kathy Burns-Millyard

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Havingrepparttar email converted to an attachment allows me to immediately see if there are any other files included withrepparttar 109507 message. And let me tell you, this has saved my butt time after time! I've lost count of how many times I've gotten email withrepparttar 109508 HTML attached, and malicious code, worms and viruses attached right next to it. If my email program was configured to "conveniently" display HTML as a web page, then a lot of those attached files would have opened on their own and done who knows what to my system.

So, if you receive a lot of email yourself, be careful what you allow to come in. If you run a newsletter or Email update service of any kind, please be courteous and at least ASK before sending HTML formatted email. And when you do have permission to send HTML email, don't include heavy graphics, scripts or other file attachments.

Text may not be as glamorous, but it's a heck of a lot safer and much easier for your readers to glance through.

(c) 2002 Kathy Burns.

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