Junk e-mail

David Boxall davidab@ozemail.com.au
Sun, 20 Oct 1996 12:13:38 +1000 (EST)


An interesting solution to the junk e-mail/spam problem.

Could be a nice little earner, too.


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> Originally to:    <david.boxall@hunterlink.net.au>
> Date sent:        Fri, 18 Oct 1996 23:04:52 +1000 (EST)
> To:               mc-forum@loki.cqu.edu.au (M&C Forum)
> From:             dreaminglark@peg.apc.org (Dreaming Lark)
> Subject:          No junk e-mail
> Send reply to:    mc-forum@loki.cqu.edu.au
>
> Hi,
>
>     Just thought I'd pass on the following snippet
> that I found in a newspaper recently.
>
> BFN,
> Dreaming Lark ;~)
>
>  |---------------------------------------------|
>  |                                             |
>  |                No junk e-mail               |
>  |                --------------               |
>  |                                             |
>  |  MIAMI -- Computer user Schoun Regan has    |
>  |  a solution to Internet junk e-mail.        |
>  |                                             |
>  |     "Try sending the owners of said junk    |
>  |  lists this message:  Unsolicited e-mail    |
>  |  of a commercial nature will be read,       |
>  |  responded to, and/or disposed of for a     |
>  |  fee of $500.  The transmission of          |
>  |  unsolicited commercial messages to the     |
>  |  above electronic mail address constitutes  |
>  |  agreement to these terms."                 |
>  |                                             |
>  |     The notice, he said, worked for him.    |
>  |                                             |
>  |---------------------------------------------|
>