but ... isn't what network solutions does anyway? for the right
price, of course ...
>I advocate the creation of a Network Solutions-like company, a
>quasi-official body that will sell guaranteed access to email
>addresses. That third-party solution would possess a master list
>and database, along with a controlled blacklist. It would audit
>and regulate commercial email, allowing us to bribe our way
>through corporate firewalls. Alternately, we could all use the
>free software (which works) to filter free mail (which works.)
>On Fri, 21 Jun 2002, furtherfield wrote:
>> This is the type of backward nonsense I am referring to. If the word crappy
>> is seen as offensive sensitive then The American government is imposing
>> limits that are beyond reason. Who has had the same problems - or am I being
>> picked on by some 'cyber bimbo'.
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "System Attendant" <LEE_NT3-SA@LEEPUB.com
>> To: "'furtherfield'" <firstname.lastname@example.org
>> Sent: Thursday, June 20, 2002 12:58 PM
>> Subject: ScanMail Message: To Sender, sensitive content found and action
>> > Trend SMEX Content Filter has detected sensitive content.
>> > Place = email@example.com;
; ; furtherfield
>> > Sender = furtherfield
>> > Subject = RHIZOME_RAW: crappy!
>> > Delivery Time = June 20, 2002 (Thursday) 07:58:49
>> > Policy = Anti-Spam
>> > Action on this mail = Delete message
>> > Warning message from administrator:
>> > Content filter has detected a sensitive e-mail.