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- Don Kelloway
March 14, 2006, 1:14 pm
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If you're not in the business to receive investor-related or stock-related
email messages, then a quick and simple method would be to create a Message
Rule within your email client (Outlook Express in this case) to
filter/delete messages that have any occurrences of the following word(s) in
the body of the email: investors, strongbuy, strong buy, etc.
For an end-user the above method can be easily implemented and very
effective against a majority of messages of this nature. Granted it will
not filter/delete all occurrences, but it works well enough. In addition
creating a Message Rule to delete messages that have any occurrences of the
following words can also be extremely advantageous.
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