spam <1c5402a8-3e1d-4891-9a7d-8f70174649d2 at w7g2000hsa.googlegroups.com> <4dfb46e1-0b5b-486c-b4dd-abbd29ef9308 at m44g2000hsc.googlegroups.com>

Kevin McMurtrie mcmurtri at dslextreme.com
Sun Jul 13 09:22:52 CEST 2008


In article <GYCdnYl6wsOC4uTVnZ2dnUVZ_sydnZ2d at comcast.com>,
 Lew <lew at lewscanon.com> wrote:

> WDC wrote:
> > BTW I reported it, yo should too.
> 
> To whom did you report it, so that we may also report it there?

Google does not accept spam complaints.  Go ahead, try it.  That's why 
they've been the #1 Usenet spamming tool for years now.  What you're 
seeing is the spam slowly expanding into the software development 
groups.  uk.railway is probably a random group added to confuse spam 
filters.  Some groups, like rec.photo.digital, have been getting 
hundreds of Google spams a day for about a year.

Ask your news service for a Google UDP (Usenet Death Penalty) or 
configure your reader to drop everything with "googlegroups.com" in the 
Message-ID.

http://improve-usenet.org/

-- 
I will not see your reply if you use Google.



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