Re: pet super market at uol dot com dot br is back
Gene Heskett wrote:
I also dont see anything like this. I havenot setup any filters for this
either. I just use a separate gmail address for mailing lists and let
the "spam blocking dirty work" be done by gmail. But gmail interface is
clumsy in its own way (no threads, no options to delete messages). So I
use their POP facility to export the emails and read them by thunderbird
(and enable adaptive controls in the junk mail filtering). The advantage
with this method are
I'm being banged on by them for every post to the debian-user list again
this morning. And I've written 2 filters for kmails filtering, neither
of which seem to work.
Anybody in .br country wanna make some money delivering some of Alred
1) you are doing two junk mail filterings (one by gmail, the other by
your email client).
2) I use gmail at the first step because, their filters are usually
uptodate (as they get spam data from every user using gmail) and the
user interventaion involved in the process of filtering is minimal.
End result :- Most of the time I do not see any junk emails at all.
Maximum number of junk emails that end up in my Inbox is 2 per day (out
of some 150 odd emails that I receive from various mailing lists).
Kamaraju S Kusumanchi