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How to deal with 98% spam? (corporate case)
The spam probably comes from email addresses ripped off our website
over the years, plus a load sent to [email protected] and [email protected] etc. I
realise one can stop some of this by having java code in place of
mailto: links, or use www enquiry forms (which a lot of people hate)
but it's too late to do that now.
One possibility for enquiries originating from your web page would be to
provide a link that added a keyword into the subject, or ask users to
include that word in the subject line.
Its clunky and horrible I know, but it would give you something to bypass
through any filters as legitimate for new enquiries...
Please add "[newsgroup]" in the subject of any personal replies via email
--- My new email address has "ngspamtrap" & @btinternet.com in it ;-) ---
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