How I nuked mobile spam

Wednesday, 27 December 2006, 12:12 AM EST

Everyone has spam issues, but I’m sure I have more than most. I'm constantly on the road and use my phone for e-mail, which means I can’t always use PC-based antispam software. Other antispam tools also aren't useful to me because, as a writer who covers technology, I need to be reachable via e-mail by readers, public relations people and others. I can't just create a whitelist and block everyone else, nor can I afford to change my e-mail address every year. Half the e-mail I get comes from people I don't know.

At Computerworld.

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