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PostPosted: 13 May 2016, 11:48 
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Hi Everyone, I like to get email and questions from other diyers. But...the internet has dangers. I get lots of email and it is often difficult to tell if something is from a bonified diyer or a malicious source. :eek: I have pretty good protection but it is no protection is perfect. So what I do is if I don't recognize the sender or topic I don't open it. I apologize if it seems I have not answered something you may have sent in the past. What I suggest (and strongly suspect other members would agree on) is to include in the subject line of anything sent to one of us the nature of the inquiry. For example: Problem with Forewatt, how to build LR8 power supply, what size fuse to use....you get it I hope. This way there is a very large chance I'll read it. If I get spam that way I block it 100% of the time as well often the server as well. My actual inbox uses "white" listing for senders and any new initial emails go to another file. BTW as part of how I handle emails....if the subject is someones name 99% of the time I junk it. Too risky. So send away ...but please include a subject line that makes sense. 8-)

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PostPosted: 13 May 2016, 19:44 
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One reason I use Gmail - let Google take care of the malware at their end.

I stopped using my own servers for sometime now :nuke:

gofar99 wrote:
So send away ...but please include a subject line that makes sense. 8-)


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PostPosted: 13 May 2016, 21:08 
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Hi Gregg, I hope it works. I thought that there was good protection on my email at one time....that is until about 18 months ago I was hit with ransomware. It got through the commercial servers checking, my network firewall, Windows defender, and both of the active checkers on my PC. A good thing that I back up regularly (every two weeks usually) so I just reloaded the clone.

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