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Luckyjfl

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Hi Guys, first of all, appolegies if this is in the incorrect forum. I could not see any other relating to my problem. I am receiving approx 30 to 40 short stories a day from a writers site , which the site people has told me it has been hacked. I use Spamfighter, but I would prefer not to keep receiving this mail at all. It has gone beyond a joke now. Any advice would be appreciatted.
Thank you.
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Johanna

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If you use Outlook Express create a message rule that tosses the unwanted email in the deleted items folder.

Do the site owners seem to be capable of correcting their site? Might want to send them a G2G link. If that doesn't work, you could send them a G2G link say 30 or 40 times a day, and include a short story. (Just kidding!)
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Thank you , Johanna. Looks like a good idea.

All the best.
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