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Who Still Uses SpamArrest?

Seriously? Who uses SpamArrest anymore? How is that thing still around?

SpamArrest completely shifts the burden of spam onto legitimate people. I wrote to a company today with a great proposal, and fortunately saw the SpamArrest alert in my spam folder (oh, the irony).

I'm sure it's reasonably effective at blocking spam, but at what expense? Missed emails from real people? The unprofessional message you send when you force someone to click a link and enter a captcha?

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