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The problem is that people have actually saved the web pages that they are getting hits from on their desktops, and they would see that if they looked at the source of the traffic… it would be something like
C:\User\Bob\Desktop\webpage.html . Thanks a lot Bob for setting me up to get spam forever.
That is why I set up a rule to delete the emails as they come in.