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waheid
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Registered: ‎10-23-2013

SPAM

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Once again, I attempted to respond to an incoming E-mail message from a friend. When I replied, I received a note from the System Administrator saying that my message was spam and "did not reach some or all of the intended recipiens." So my message was spam and was stopped. Yet every day I receive spam from various commercial sources. Can't Verizon tell the difference? I don't originate spam and neither do my friends. And when I receive an E-mail message from an individual (no commercial indication in the address), I expect to be able to respond and I expect Verizon to deliver that response to the intended (non-commercial) recipient.

 

So I'll originate a new message with my response. And I'll be sure to apologize to my friend for Verizon's failure to deliver the original message.

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kaytabor30
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Registered: ‎10-01-2013

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waheid,

 

verizon has no answers to there silly spam control techniques.very strange a verizon customer cannot talk to a spam server engineer or whatever they call them guys that do this spam control.

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