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Originally posted by onlyafterdark
Thats sweet. Thanks DanMacMan.

Thank MacWorld's latest magazine, that's where I found out about it.
MacBook Pro 15" (Unibody)/2.4GHz Core 2 Duo/2 GB RAM/250GB HD/SuperDrive
iMac 20"/2 GHz Core 2 Duo/2 GB RAM/250 GB/SuperDrive
PowerBook G4 12"/1 GHz/1.25 GB RAM/60GB/Combo
iMac G3 333 MHz/96 MB...

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MacBook Pro 15" (Unibody)/2.4GHz Core 2 Duo/2 GB RAM/250GB HD/SuperDrive
iMac 20"/2 GHz Core 2 Duo/2 GB RAM/250 GB/SuperDrive
PowerBook G4 12"/1 GHz/1.25 GB RAM/60GB/Combo
iMac G3 333 MHz/96 MB...

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post #42 of 43
Ya I just got that in the mail today. Such a wicked mag.
post #43 of 43
I have a Yahoo, Hotmail, .Mac, Fastmail, and an AOL account. The last has been active since 1993.

You can imagine that my AOL account is nothing but spam, with a signal to noise ratio that is so bad it's beyond belief.

My Yahoo account is a spam bucket, but the Yahoo team catches 95% of it, so of the 10-15/day, it's rare for any to avoid their filters.

Hotmail is less spam than Yahoo, for me at least, but their filters are worse, so the spam I see is more intrusive.

Fastmail and .Mac collect no spam, at all.

All of these accounts have the same username before the @, so that's not the issue.

Spam is a true plague, and I look forward to some distant day when it's no longer an issue.

Ha, ha, ha.
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