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Old 03-05-2008, 05:42 AM   #1
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I wanted to post something to start a new thread, and refer to a post of mine in a recent thread we had about anti-spam email services and software. Wherever I look, or whatever I search with, the thread seems to have totally disappeared.


   
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I wanted to post something to start a new thread, and refer to a post of mine in a recent thread we had about anti-spam email services and software. Wherever I look, or whatever I search with, the thread seems to have totally disappeared.
I am afraid that I accidentally deleted the thread. I was attempting to physically delete a “deleted” message and deleted the entire thread.

Please forgive me; it was truly dumb.

Marlene said she would post her query again, and maybe we can get partway back to where we were.


   
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Oh dear.

But I don't think I saved the little statistics exercise of spam origins I wanted to link to, thinking I could always find it back in the forum... That should teach me.

   
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Oh dear.

But I don't think I saved the little statistics exercise of spam origins I wanted to link to, thinking I could always find it back in the forum... That should teach me.
I hope it really is not a necessary lesson; we do not usually do anything nearly so stupid.

   
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