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From: Soren 'Frank' Munch <sm_sbv_at_u5.com>
Date: Sun, 6 Sep 2009 22:37:42 +0700

Hi KatiaEmami,

I don't know if the answers made it clear?

When you get unsolicited mail it is not because somebody see your address on
the Tigris-page page, and then decide to contact you.

It means, that your mail _already_ has been harvested. Removing the mail
from the page will have very little effect. Most spam mails are not
harvested from the net, but merged with other lists.

No solution is without drawbacks, but these are standard solutions:

1. Change address (helps for some time)
2. Standard Spam filtering. E.g. forward the mail to a Gmail account, and
check mail there. Gmail has an excellent spam filter.
3. Email validation. Use a service that force email senders to validate,
unless they are white-listed already.

None of them are real great. Until you get too much spam, simply deleting it
is the best solution.


Soren "Frank" Munch
CEO, U5com Co Ltd
U5com Co Ltd
- productive corporate networks
 and web-systems since '97
2/22 Iyara Building 7th floor, #705
Chan Road
Thungwatdorn, Sathorn
10120 Bangkok
web: www.u5.com
email: sfm_at_u5.com
phone: +66-2-678-7500(-1)
mobile: +66-81-431-3040
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Received on 2009-09-06 17:38:46 CEST

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