From: Rozental, Gennadiy (gennadiy.rozental_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-08-22 01:17:57
> > I've got at least 400 mails (until it filled my mailbox several
> > times) with it by now. I do not know proper solution. I still would
> > like to provide
> > email address for support. But 99% of traffic on that account are
> > viruses or spam.
> There are some pretty good commercial (~30$/year) filters around, frying
> 99% of the viruses and ~90% of the spam.
> Everything that arrives at a newly installed address is filtered and the
> ham forwarded to a secret address of your choice. Transition is really
> painless if you can redirect everything arriving at your old address to
> the new one.
> I have used spamcop.net for years and can definitely recommend it.
This all would make sence if I meant regular mail account (Where I do use
spam filtering). I was talking about free webmail one. I do not have any
power to do anything there.
P.S. My account was overfilled twice since my previos letter ;(.
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