Sun Nov 1 12:53:01 EST 2020
It was in *my *inbox, no problem. I don't trust ANY spam filter, let alone
Gmail's, so I have it fooled. You can't disable it, but here's the only
100%, once-and-done work-around:
On Sun, Nov 1, 2020 at 12:04 PM Ted Larsen <email@example.com> wrote:
> For some reason Nelson's email was tagged as spam, but this is what he
> I never figured out why this happens.
> Hello, All,
> Every year when Halloween comes along a warm memory comes up on my
> screen: Carl DeSuze on WBZ radio on Halloween night doing a dramatic
> reading of THE RAVEN by Edgar Allen Poe. My brothers and I would finish
> trick or treating, come home and inventory the haul and go to bed. Lights
> out I’d listen to Carl in the warmly cultured voice do The Raven.
> I would give my whole bag of Halloween candy to find a tape of Carl doing
> that poem.
> Anybody out there have any ideas?!
> Nelson Jaquay
> (802) 446-2367
> On 10/31/2020 6:12:00 PM, Nelson Jaquay via Boston-Radio-Interest <
> firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> The sender's mail server does not allow the list to forward their
> message unchanged due to misguided anti-spam measures. The original
> message as received by the list is shown below.
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