kaspersky 6 anti spam

Discussion in 'Computer Security' started by Ian Smith, May 21, 2007.

  1. Ian Smith

    Ian Smith Guest

    anyone been able to get this working in OE6
    Ian Smith, May 21, 2007
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  2. Ian Smith

    Sebastian G. Guest

    Ian Smith wrote:

    > anyone been able to get this working in OE6


    Why should one try to do such a stupid thing?
    Sebastian G., May 21, 2007
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  3. Ian Smith

    Zilbandy Guest

    On Mon, 21 May 2007 15:21:58 +0200, "Sebastian G." <>
    wrote:

    >> anyone been able to get this working in OE6

    >
    >Why should one try to do such a stupid thing?


    Another totally useless reply. Why should one expect anything more
    from Mr. G?

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    Zilbandy
    Zilbandy, May 21, 2007
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  4. Ian Smith

    Sebastian G. Guest

    Zilbandy wrote:

    >>> anyone been able to get this working in OE6

    >> Why should one try to do such a stupid thing?

    >
    > Another totally useless reply.



    Except that it isn't. I'm asking for the real problem behind , because I
    heavily doubt that what we've presented with is the real problem.

    The cause of the doubt is obvious:

    - trying to use addon software as an anti-spam measure (whereas a spam
    filter is part of any serious mail program, for obvious reasons)
    - twisting (MS)OE6 with a mail program (uhm... why don't you just directly
    download and install the malware? and delete your mailbox?)
    - mentioning Kaspersky software (hey, why don't you just directly delete
    some system files and load a 200 MB file into Notepad?)

    Once correcting these obvious issues by

    - using a modern mail program with built-in spam filter, f.e. Mozilla Mail
    - not using MSOE6, especially not abusing it as a mail program
    - not even thinking about installing anything with Kaspersky in the name

    I don't see any problems left in the question, exposing it as superfluos.

    Now it's no wonder that I'm asking where the real problem is and what
    collection of twisted thoughts led him to such an utterly stupid
    construction of external spam filtering, MSOE and Kaspersky software.

    > Why should one expect anything more from Mr. G?



    Indeed. I don't have a magic 8-ball that is telling me the hidden secrets.
    Sebastian G., May 21, 2007
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  5. Ian Smith

    Zilbandy Guest

    On Mon, 21 May 2007 21:31:19 +0200, "Sebastian G." <>
    wrote:

    >Except that it isn't. I'm asking for the real problem behind , because I
    >heavily doubt that what we've presented with is the real problem.
    >
    >The cause of the doubt is obvious:
    >
    >- trying to use addon software as an anti-spam measure (whereas a spam
    >filter is part of any serious mail program, for obvious reasons)
    >- twisting (MS)OE6 with a mail program (uhm... why don't you just directly
    >download and install the malware? and delete your mailbox?)
    >- mentioning Kaspersky software (hey, why don't you just directly delete
    >some system files and load a 200 MB file into Notepad?)
    >
    >Once correcting these obvious issues by
    >
    >- using a modern mail program with built-in spam filter, f.e. Mozilla Mail
    >- not using MSOE6, especially not abusing it as a mail program
    >- not even thinking about installing anything with Kaspersky in the name
    >
    >I don't see any problems left in the question, exposing it as superfluos.
    >
    >Now it's no wonder that I'm asking where the real problem is and what
    >collection of twisted thoughts led him to such an utterly stupid
    >construction of external spam filtering, MSOE and Kaspersky software.
    >
    >> Why should one expect anything more from Mr. G?

    >
    >
    >Indeed. I don't have a magic 8-ball that is telling me the hidden secrets.


    Now, this answer makes sense. You've taken the extra time to explain
    your opinion instead of just making a blank, negative comment. If you
    don't want to spend time to help those of us with less knowledge on
    the security issues facing the computer users of the world, then it
    would be best to simply not reply. Take time to explain your
    statements, and I enjoy reading your replies. Thank you.

    --
    Zilbandy
    Zilbandy, May 21, 2007
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