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Avoiding E-mail Spam

If you're like most computer users today, well over half the messages delivered to your e-mail inbox are unsolicited, unauthorized, and unwanted—in other words, spam. These spam messages are the online equivalent of the junk mail you receive in your postal mailbox, and it's a huge problem.

While Windows XP's Outlook Express includes some rudimentary spam-blocking capabilities, it's no substitute for a full-featured anti-spam program. If you're especially inundated with spam e-mails, install and run one of these anti-spam programs, such as Norton AntiSpam (www.symantec.com) or SpamKiller (www.mcafee.com).


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