Martin A. Brooks
martin at antibodymx.net
Fri May 23 16:02:18 BST 2008
Matt Jones wrote:
>> I wouldn't classify that as spam, as it's not really been sent in bulk
>> without regard for who the recipient is.
> I duuno about that. Unsolicited? Check. Commercial? Check. Email?
> Check. Ergo: spam.
That acid test for spam or unsolicited mail is whether the sender is
trying to disguise their identity and the origin of the email or not..
The recruiter isn't, so that's definitely UCE or UPE. This is the
easiest type of spam to deal with as they can either remove you from
their databases when you ask them to do so, or they can see you in court
where they will almost certainly lose.
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