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The Worldwide End of Spam Occurred Today


In an unexpected turn of events, none of our customers are reporting receiving any spam today.

We checked with hundreds of them worldwide, and the reports were identical:  "No Spam".

Many users are asking their IT managers "where is my spam"?

When researching it, we found the most probable cause of this to be a combination of the Can-Spam act of 2003 and Microsoft's efforts to end spam by 2006.

"Finally, the spammers are obeying the law and have stopped spamming", one government official was quoted as saying.  "It is just really good to have control of our mail system again. So we can shut off our mail filters now."

Yes, shut off the mail filters.

Spam has ended for good.

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Gravatar Image4 - Now I know what to say when someone asks me when Hell freezes over.
Here is a Google map of Hell:
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Gravatar Image3 - Hell froze over - look on a map of Michigan around the area of Ann Arbor. There's a town called Hell and it freezes over every winter.

Gravatar Image2 - I must sing for this today, but hope to see it in the future.

Gravatar Image1 - You're not getting me on that one Frank. This MIGHT happen if Hell freezes over. But good try.

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