[wp-hackers] List digest with unprotected emails

Computer Guru computerguru at neosmart.net
Fri May 18 05:51:35 GMT 2007

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Leonid Mamchenkov wrote:
>> It didn't for me, but I'm on hosted Gmail, maybe different rules.
> As far as I understand (AFAIU?), Gmail's SPAM filter varies per user,
> which kind of makes sense.  On several occasions I saw the same email
> being flagged as SPAM for one Gmail user, while delivered to Inbox of
> another.  This time is no exception - I got Robin's email just fine,
> and some other people found it in their SPAM folders.


>> You guys check your spam folders? Luck you!
>> I can't afford to do so. I get over 12k spam every 3 to 4 days in that
>> folder, plus another 50 that make to my inbox. That's what I get for
>> never using disposable emails, and publishing my email addy in pure HTML
>> literally everywhere. I don't know what I'd do if it wasn't for Google's
>> excellent spam filters - then again, I have no idea about the false
>> positives I'm getting :/
> I do get a false positive once in a while, but it happens so rarely
> that I truly don't care. I'm ready to pay that price for my clean
> Inbox.  I am yet to see a SPAM filter half as good as GMail's one.

Yeah, same here.

But Yahoo!'s is probably 49% as good as GMail's... :P

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