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i simply told about this tech solution, because with it you don't need an spamassassin setup, and you have with that a "legal tool" to fight them in tribunal if you need to.
you don't need a anti-spam because if you send a certified mail to a normal recipient then it receives it, but cannot send back an email.
if one writes you then he have to use a certified mail account. so no spam enters your email box. if they write you by means of a certified mail this is considered equipollent to a legal mail and so if you need to, you can place a complaint or ask your lawyer to intimate them to stop, legally.
stopping them to do that is not simple and even it's annoying they are simply trying to sell something, and this is allowed.
if placing some [at] and [dot] in the mail address is not possible then i think the certified mail solution is smart enough to get them out. many years ago,
my email was bombed by lottery scams, dating scams and so on, only because i published my email on the net.
i played with them, and i have evidences of scam (i still have all the emails) and i have evidences they don't read your answers, they read only some line when it's time to ask you for money.
and i tryed to help people who sent money to them, because i don't like this behavour!
their loved mail reader is called "the bat", it's a good product, i know it features a good regex engine, mass mail, regex substitutions and a lot of other goodies for scammers.
so if you receive an mail and you spot the bat in the headers you are the target of annoying scammers.
this is the story, so,in my experiece, you have a blonde from russia asking for the ticket to reach you, and they continue to ask even if you tell them you are in japan to help as a volunteer in fukushima :)
they tell you the blonde has no money and she is alone in moscow, she has nothing to eat,because she used all her money to make documents, and so on.
but if you have in mind they are joking you then you have so many tools to foolish them that you enjoy having to do with russian and nigerian scammers.
and magically they stop!
they delete your mail and you can pull the cap of a good bottle of sparkly white wine :)
at the time i had so much time that i would help all the people being scammed :)
by the way have you any idea on how they achieve the goal of being untraceable?
their emails bounced from england to russia to spain and was difficoult to trace them.
one time i answered to them: how you can tell me you are a blonde from russia when i have evidence your mail comes from a spanish broken account owned by metropolitane headquarters in madrid?
well, my friend Boris from russia that time stopped to bore me and went away.
the registerd email i think is the final solution for anyone.
thank you very much,
The student court has ruled against the recent UC Davis resolution to support the BDS-ers. The basis for the ruling was that the issue is outside the scope of what the student senate is charged to cover. But an especially important point made by the court is: "In the limited time available, student senators could not be expected to grasp all the complexities of the century-old Palestinian-Israeli conflict." It sounds condescending, until I remember that when I was of the same age as the typical student representative, I was pro-Palestinian. It took a good number of years of watching the behavior of the parties involved to understand that Israelis want to live in peace with their neighbors, but their neighbors want to drive the Jews out of a territrory that they believe, for religious reasons, can only be ruled by Moslems.
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