Some working schemes for blocking spam are based on community efforts--in which the first recipients of a particular spam send
it in, for example, so it can be blocked for other users in the group.
Then maybe we can send
the Zoltan Kovaks of the world a bye-bye e-card of condolence.
Housing Preservation & Development (HPD) is also notified and immediately sends
over Emergency Repair.
The three-day rule strongly applies, so send
your business greetings within three days of an event or meeting.
Both Creighton and Cal-Poly inform applicants of positive admissions decisions via a text message if the student grants permission to send
notification via text message.
Its antithesis is "opting out," meaning anyone can send
you anything, and you have to tell them to not to send
you any more.
civil penalties and criminal sanctions as an effective deterrent to those wishing to send
four issues, following the same schedule as for a monthly newsletter.
If you would like to be removed from the mailing list, send
a blank e-mail message with "remove" as the subject to rocket@crocketd.
COM, shoppers can send
a gift that will make a lasting impression on golf enthusiasts and novices alike, by sending a round of golf for one, two or four people, or a private lesson with a PGA Professional, to one of several top-ranking courses in the New York Metro area.
After all, if email could easily send
paper documents, was more easily addressed to any recipient (think phone numbers), and still worked on top of the existing IP infrastructure, it might be a universal business tool, instead of adding yet another flow of information, as it does now.
Even if you send
a simple weekly or monthly tax update, put a note at the bottom giving recipients an e-mail address to respond to if they want to be removed from the mailing list.
users may now send
and receive faxes directly from within ACT
WE asked you to send
pictures of YOUR pets dressed for the festive season - and here are some proper Christmas crackers.
In six of 11 California metropolitan areas studied by Doyle - including four of the five largest - public-school teachers send
their kids to private schools at a higher rate than the public.