Got SPAM? Fight back.

We all get it, and as far as I know, we all hate it.  SPAM.  As far as I'm concerned, as Ben Franklin said, "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure".

The best SPAM prevention technique I can think of is not to give out your real address, ever, unless you are certain the recipient is trustworthy (essentially, family and friends).

The tool you want is Spamex.  For a tiny annual fee, create as many disposable email addresses as you like, that forward to your real address.  If you receive any SPAM at any disposal address, simply turn it off, which renders that address invalid.  Problem solved.

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