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Hey if you have a company website, and you get more than your fair share of spam email sent your way, then check out this URL: < a href="http://www.turnstep.com/Spambot/html.html#entity">http://www.turnstep.com/Spambot/html.html#entity Its tips on real easy ways (using java-script) to avoid letting spambots snoop your email addresses from your website. Only takes 5 minutes to do, and could cut down on your spam if you have a number of "Email webmaster" links on your website. Just passing on the good idea...! http://www.positech.co.uk

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Thanks for that link. That''s simple but good info.

Japs? Like everyone, I get 99% of my spam email through dumb Yanks. Viagra, Debt, Morgage, Porn, you name it. Its from the US.

Mark

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In my experience, most spam is sent by Americans. However, the spam always originates from Chinese/Korean/etc mail servers. Seems a lot of admins in these regions are too dumb to care about closing down open SMTP relays. I think thats what bernatk meant.

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Jeeez. And I thought its just me that gets 7-12 virus emails everyday.

Btw! I am changing my email soon, so check back my site if you want to contact me and get no answer...

And thx @ cliffski for the hint!

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[edited by - Jester101 on June 10, 2002 3:09:09 PM]

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