Does this seem like it was written in 1999?
“Over the past few months all the folks at Left Right Marketing Technology, Inc. have been preparing tirelessly for October 1, 2004 and now we are ready to take on the world,” noted Chairman Rock Newman.
“Soon CrazyGrazer.com will be your destination to purchase everything from ‘a Rolls Royce to roller skates’ in the way that best suites you, the consumer.”
Ok, just stop before you embarass yourselves any further.
In 6 months, they’ll be taking on the world from their lofty perch on Ebituaries.
Back from Ireland and England…. got quite a lot of email to deal with here.
The main problem, however, is that I didn’t have my Mozilla Thunderbird mail filter since I was using webmail for the past 10 days.
Thunderbird successfully flagged about 17,000 of these messages, leaving me with approximately 1000 spams that it wasn’t able to recognize. Quelle waste of time.
As it turns out, this is about 1,800 spam messages per day… and much to my surprise, after more closely watching what Thunderbird is doing today, this seems pretty normal for me.
SpamAssassin upgraded with no trouble to 3.0 and seems to be much better than 2.6 at recognizing stuff.