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Re: spamspamspam (fwd)

  • From: Bryan Koen
  • Date: Tue Nov 12 08:47:51 1996

My question is, will it allow you to mail multiple copies of the GCC
source?

<grin>

-Bryan

On Sat, 9 Nov 1996, Dean Gaudet wrote:

> And yet again the usefulness of whois contacts is eroded.  I don't know
> about the rest of you, but I'm beginning to indirect all my whois
> information through idiot filters -- indirect email addresses, alternate
> phone numbers.  I don't even run anything large.
> 
> What's going to be left to contact other network operators if whois
> becomes useless?  Hopefully the RADB... if everyone were in it.
> 
> At least this program below doesn't use prtraceroute to find upstream
> providers, yet.
> 
> Dean
> 
> ------- start of forwarded message -------
> Date: Wed, 6 Nov 1996 23:54:50 GMT
> From: steveha@net-services.compulink.co.uk (Steve Harris)
> 
> Get lots of e-mail offering you get-rich-quick schemes?
> Want to hit back? "Spam Hater" is free Windows software
> that helps you respond effectively and makes it hot
> for these people.
> 
> * Analyses the Spam
> * Extracts a list of addresses of relevant Postmasters, etc.
> * Generates a "WHOIS" query to help track the perpetrator
> * Prepares a reply
> * Choice of legal threats, insults or your own message
> * Appends a copy of the Spam if required
> * Puts it in a mail window ready for sending
> 
> Spam Hater works with lots of popular e-mail programs directly -
> there's no tedious cutting and pasting.
> 
> Supported E-Mail Programs
> 
> Ameol, AOL 2.5I, Eudora Light 1.5.2, 1.5.4, Eudora Pro 2.2, Free Agent
> 0.99, Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.0 (4.70.1155), Netscape 1.2N, 2.02 3.0
> Pegasus Mail V2.4X, Virtual Access V3.51.
> 
> Download from http://www.compulink.co.uk/~net-services/spam/
> 
> ------- end of forwarded message -------
> 

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