[SpamCop-Social] Re: National "Do Not Call" list
scjml985ivw95001 at sneakemail.com
Sat Jun 28 23:08:54 EDT 2003
On Sat, 28 Jun 2003 21:23:53 -0400 in article <bdlf3a$s3v$1 at news.spamcop.net> Mr K. Mean wrote:
> Apparently, Yahoo at least, has been rejecting the onslaught of email
> comfirmations from the FTC as spam. I used a Hotmail address and I
> never got anything back either. I assume that automated filters at the
> big free providers saw a blitz of email from one IP address as another
> spam attack. Sort of ironic in a way.
Not happening. I run my own servers and the confirmations simply had
not arrived. Strangely enough I went back to the web page and performed
a "verify" on the phone numbers and immediately got the verification
message stating the numbers were not listed (since I had not yet gotten
the confirmation and confirmed). I went back to the page and re-registered
and approx 15 minutes later I got the confirmation for the "second" phone
number but still to this point have not gotten the one for my primary or
additional numbers. Very strange. Oh well. I'll give it a while and if
I still haven't gotten it I'll try it again until it work.
> Sorry, I mentioned spam, do I have to balance that with something
> totally different then? How about beer, recent 100 degree days with 60%
> humidity, an evil project at work that has sucked up pretty much every
> waking moment for the past month or so, umm, what else?
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