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From "Patrick (Gus) Heck" <>
Subject Re: Test - please ignore
Date Thu, 25 Jul 2002 21:27:43 GMT
Unfortunately the company behind this one is based in california not
France, but if you would like to sic the french officals on them that
would be cool :). I can provide you with copies of this mail :)


Stephane Bailliez wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Patrick (Gus) Heck" <>
> > That is interesting. Does have any level of spam filtering?
> > Do any of the rules in your client catch and discard it? Or are you
> > reading the mail as forwarded to another account which might be down
> > wind of filtering?
> mails are forwarded to both my work and personal account. I have dozen of
> rules at work and especially one that send to junk all emails with a korean
> home nothing of this sort. So I can say that I don't get much
> spam. I received one from a french IT company yesterday in less than 5
> minutes to both my personal and apache account and it was immediately
> reported to yahoo as they used an account as a reply mail, to the the
> CNIL(*) which is a french commission in charge of insuring privacy related
> to personal data collected via computer means, etc...they recently set a
> special email address to forward spam mails in order to get figures about
> the spam problem in france (for the little story, the account was full few
> hours after being up :).
> It's normally quite efficient to threaten a french company by reporting to
> the CNIL...
> CNIL means Commission Nationale de l'Informatique et des Libert├ęs..which
> could be literally translated as National Commission of Computer Science and
> Freedom or whatever but you get the idea :)
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