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Thread: My Personal Spam Test

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    Hi everybody,
    I've just setup an email at collection@coxnetworks.co.uk (Don't worry, it's just for posting to the web, no real use) and I want to see generally the trends of spam and basically see how much I can get. Primarily I'm posting here for the 'bot', but you're welcome to distribute it yourself
    Thanks, Ed


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    Are you trying to see how fast and at what rate you will recieve spam? Lemme know how it goes I guess.
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    Default Re: My Personal Spam Test

    Google indexes our pages very quickly so no doubt that address will be harvested shortly. What is this for?

    If you ever get the chance, read the book 'Spam Kings'.
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