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Re: censorship



    I use the "create rule for message" under the "Message" pull-down in
Outlook Express. I have it set to automatically delete messages containing
every crude word I could think of and even a number of sundary words such a
Linux as that got rid of that Linux -v- Windows thread I got sick of a while
ago (I assume that thread is not still going). The only side effect is I
also won't see this message repeated because it contains the word "Linux"
which means it will be automatically deleted from my system. (I am happy to
live with that though).

    These methods of sorting can be used quite effectively. I also use these
methods to sort "keps" into a different directory. I actually have 12
different rules setup to sort my email.

Regards,
Murray Peterson
VK2KGM

----- Original Message -----
From: "Tony Langdon" <tlangdon@atctraining.com.au>
To: "'John Charles'" <m1btr@midmarsh.demon.co.uk>; <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Wednesday, June 06, 2001 9:50 AM
Subject: RE: [amsat-bb] censorship


> > Maybe I'm a wannabe ostrich but I deal with the stuff I don't like by
> > burying it at the bottom of the list. I would rather do my own
> > 'censorship' than rely on someone else's ideas of what I should see.
>
> I agree.  There's a useful content control tool that every user can use to
> customise the list to their preferences.  It's called the delete function.
> :-)
>
> Which I'm using a lot today, as events here dictate only particularly
> important messages get read (and this one is a  rare exception to that).
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