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<[log in to unmask]>, at 
12:52:30 on Wed, 3 Jan 2007, Tim Turner <[log in to unmask]> 
writes
>For one thing, if I get spam from now on, I should be guaranteed to have
>someone to contact. It won't help with the Korean purveyors of dodgy
>medication, but the vast majority of companies who are otherwise on the
>level should comply with the new rules and I will know where to start.

You are being ironic, I assume.

About 1 in 10,000 of the spams I get are from a "clueless but otherwise 
legitimate UK company". 9,999 are about dodgy medication etc (including 
more recently a huge increase in "pump and dump" schemes).
-- 
Roland Perry

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