[TCML] Spam plus TC list MIX.
bwroblewski at yahoo.com
Thu Nov 15 06:22:05 MST 2007
When the list was recently converted, I received TCML emails to the inbox of Yahoo! mail only from a couple of people whose names I had in my contacts list. All other TCML emails went to the spam folder.
I fixed that problem by adding [TCML] as a first name and Tesla as a second name in my contacts list.
All TCML emails now go to my inbox as before. Problem solved for Yahoo! email.
Maybe this will help others using Yahoo! email.
Thanks for all your efforts in maintaining the Tesla Coil Mailing List.
----- Original Message ----
From: Chip Atkinson <chip at pupman.com>
To: Tesla Coil Mailing List <tesla at pupman.com>
Sent: Thursday, November 15, 2007 12:01:59 AM
Subject: Re: [TCML] Spam plus TC list MIX.
It's good to hear the feedback from different list members. I'm going to
let things go for a little bit now to see how people like or hate it. One
possibility is to filter on the subject or the sender. If you can add
the patterns to "white lists" your troubles may be over.
On Wed, 14 Nov 2007 gary350 at earthlink.net wrote:
> Now that emails from the TC list comes with peoples names and not
> Tesla Coil in the subject line it is much harder to deal with. I get
> about 200 SPAM emails every day. You mix in several emails from the
> TC list with all that #$@% spam it takes for every to figure out which
> email to keep and which email to delete. It is much easier to delete
> it ALL. Spam blocker is full. I can not block any more spam. I have
> 721 emails to delete right now. For now I will delete it all maybe
> next time I will have time to sort it out.
> -----Original Message-----
> >From: Clive Hansen <mrclivehansen at gmail.com>
> >Sent: Nov 13, 2007 2:54 PM
> >To: Tesla list <tesla at pupman.com>
> >Subject: [TCML] vacuum tube coil
> > Does anyone know what the distinct advantage of a vacuum tube tesla
> >coil? I have seen a lot of hype regarding these and cannot spot the
> >advantage. I am thinking about building one, however, I just want to
> >know why they are better (or worse) than a traditional coil design
> >with a spark gap. I found this schematic which is the one I am
> >considering. http://research.microsoft.com/~swinder/sparks/tes2circuit.jpg
> >Tesla mailing list
> >Tesla at www.pupman.com
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