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October 1, 2007

Spam Chronicles — Episode 2: TypePad Responds

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Above, this morning's response to my inquiry of yesterday.

Props to TypePad for what as best I can tell (but consider the source — me) is a real response from a real person as opposed to a botmail.

And they got back to me within 24 hours, again impressive.

That's the good news.

The bad news is that after doing what Michel said — namely, going to the link he suggested (below)

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and then following its instructions, I still can't figure out how to have comments "flagged as possible spam and held for your approval."

But, on the brighter side, I did go through my list of banned URLs and words and found a few common ones like "spam" and "mother" and suchlike that I'd banned years ago when they kept coming up in spam.

So we'll see if things improve.

Send those comments in — let's test this puppy.

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"Hair loss, he said?"

It's not Hair Loss - you're just a little too tall for your hair.

Posted by: Skipweasel | Oct 2, 2007 5:11:56 PM

I had to edit my recent comment about things I no longer do. Could it be I used the words Craigslist? DVR? Online? hmmmm, it went through when I dropped them among other things. Let's see if this one makes it....testing one two three......seems to work.

Posted by: tamra | Oct 2, 2007 1:41:26 AM

Could it be that this spam problem is fixed, like my male impotence? Hair loss, he said? Business opportunities? Money on the interweb?

Posted by: clifyt | Oct 1, 2007 4:48:49 PM

Just for you Joe,

Here's a

Pic

But it wont' let me insert an image

But I can use the word spam!

Posted by: Ray | Oct 1, 2007 2:27:57 PM

So is typepad TechnoDolt approved, or no longer?

Posted by: Adam P. Knave | Oct 1, 2007 2:20:00 PM

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