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Old 30 Nov 2004, 03:05 AM   #13
Magic Speller
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Re: thanks,

Originally posted by fmnewbee
The better service would be one that also could be a permanent free forwarder?

to trusted persons one could set them to always be able to send to that address. A kidn of whitelist.
You can do that with SpamGourmet.

I use two DEA services (along with multiple aliases): Spamex and SpamGourmet. Spamex is a paid service, but well worth it.

I use SpamGourmet mostly for temporary addresses when I need to create an address "on the fly" (if I'm away from my computer, for example). If I'm at my computer and have a few seconds (and expect to receive more than 26 messages), I log into Spamex and create a permanent DEA.

Works well for me.
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