[SC-Help] Re: Enlighten me on this.
h9vzc2i02 at sneakemail.com
Fri Jul 23 16:33:11 EDT 2004
"Glenn Daniels" <nobody at devnull.spamcop.net> wrote in message
news:cdrgv9$c4n$1 at news.spamcop.net...
> "Mike Easter" wrote in message:
> > Or, another strategy would be to create a Junk and a Suspect, both
> > hidden from her and separate from her Inbox.
> > The Junk would be based on some good spamfiltering system. Her Inbox
> > would be only whitelisteds. The Suspect would be non-whitelisted
> > non-junk. That way, you are in control of what isn't whitelisted, and
> > thus she should actually receive zero spam. You would use the Suspect
> > to finetune instead of her receiving any spam at all, that way she
> > doesn't have to move any spam from her Inbox to a Junk folder as I
> > described below, and therefore she needs to develop no discipline.
> Curious that you describe exactly how I have her mail client filters
> set up. Whitelisted items only sort to the Inbox, spamitems sort to
> covert Spam, items with viral signatures sort to covert folder "Trash",
> and the rest sorts to another covert folder "Pending Review".
> FWIW, she is fluent in at least six languages that come to mind, but
> computerese is not among them. If I have anything to say as relates
> to her computer, she responds in something other than English to
> remind me that she simply does not want to hear it. Thus we
> understand one another perfectly!, and therefore she needs to
> develop no discipline (to borrow a phrase) as far as spam is
> Glenn, ;)
If you divert the spam into the hidden folders as described in my other
post - you can avoid all the interplay between you and your wife.
I know of what you speak - MY wife sounds just like your wife in regard to
computers and spam. (Fortunately, /her/ e-mail address is not a dictionary
type name so she gets very very few spams.)
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