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Old 9th April 2003, 01:39 AM   #21
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<em>Viagra</em> close neighbor of the latin <em> virga </em> which means "walking stick", "sapling", "club", "cudgel" etc. Well, you have to be somewhat familiar with the Pfizer folks, the ad agencies and the people who choose pharmaceutical names in NYC. There is a coterie of Jesuitically trained (= 4 or more years of Latin) nutjobs who seem to have chosen the name as a joke. It has been propping up the stock for years.
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Old 9th April 2003, 07:50 AM   #22
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And to have your e-mail on your homepage is another good way to get spammed, so ive heard.

Keld with 50-100 spams per day.
Finally I have realized that this can be true. Now I have changed my email address with zz in front and at the end. We'll just have to wait and see if it's effective.

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Old 9th April 2003, 07:55 AM   #23
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Nice to know but 99 % of mankind has a pc These functions are not restricted to Mac's and certain OS'es only. A good mailclient has them too ( or should have them )
Not Outlook I suppose, market leader therefore must be the best....not.

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Although I have a Mac myself I am beginning to dislike the U-word in combination with MacOS X. It's like keep on saying that there is alcohol in wine.
Many people triggers on this word, like GHz in clock speed..... instead of functional speed or experienced speed.
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I said a good mailclient Per-Anders
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Old 9th April 2003, 04:08 PM   #26
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Nice to know but 99 % of mankind has a pc These functions are not restricted to Mac's and certain OS'es only. A good mailclient has them too ( or should have them )

Although I have a Mac myself I am beginning to dislike the U-word in combination with MacOS X. It's like keep on saying that there is alcohol in wine.

Mailwasher is a good program to bounce mail but unfortunately they have become commercial and the latest version is not free anymore. The version before that can still be downloaded and is free. Just Google for mailwasher2b28.exe and I think you will find the file.
Hi Jean-Paul,
I downloaded and installed Mailwasher from a site called lekkerekwallen.com etc. Sounds Double Dutch to me!
The program receives the email and looks handy but the emails are NOT removed from the server. A minute later I received them too with Outlookexpress! So I conclude Mailwasher does not remove the mail from the server
Do you have any clue?. I am not good at these things.....
Thanks in advance.

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Hi Elso,

Please look at http://www.mailwasher.net/main.php for help and explanation. I just checked and they still have a free version it seems (2.0.40 ). Don't know for sure but it can be that the new version is time-restricted. I read something like that but I can be wrong. Oops I discovered that it doesn't support Hotmail accounts anymore ! Version 2.0.28 beta has no problem with Hotmail and it is not time-restricted.

I usually bounce the mail and blacklist them. Direct deleting mail does not take place although the program places the bounced mail in the Deleted box ( Verwijderde Items in the Dutch version of Outlook Express ). Then you have to delete them manually from that box. This is how Outlook Express works. It never deletes mail directly and it always asks if you are sure too. So deleting mail takes 4 actions

Probably the payed version of Mailwasher can do this, this version is a try-out. Check the site for confirmation of this. Maybe the program is worth buying for the extra options.

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Hi Jean-Paul,
What I ment was that the email is not removed from the computer of my internerprovider. But I have to study the helpfile.
Maybe I have to make a decision to bounce it back or really receive it and remove it actually from the inbox of my provider.
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Hi Jean-Paul,
I got it!
It is kind of waiting room. Undesired email can be bounced back /deleted/ or sent to the regular emailprogram like Outlookexpress.
A bit complicated though. What I was looking for was a better emailprogram with built in bounce feature.
Thanks for the help.
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