At 10:32 AM 4/1/01 -0700, you wrote:
>Good Lord, HOW MUCH of my mail did Jim never get to read, then?????
>owen "chili pepper" daly
It does not prevent one from reading those messages, just warns that the
content may be offensive. And the option exists to filter the offensive
ones and send them to trash, with three levels of offensiveness
defined. Actually, it is probably a useful thing to have in case one has a
problem with really offensive spam, which I have not had so far.
Interestingly, it was clever enough to label as potentially offensive a
discussion I recently had with a close friend on the issue of gun
control. Hot stuff!
> > At 03:38 AM 4/1/01 -0400, Ed wrote:
> > >At 20:10 2001-03-31 -0700, James <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> > >
> > > >Some of the subject lines in the in-box in my Eudora have little red
> > > >in front of them. Anybody know what that means?
> > >
> > >I understand it means Eudora considers the language spicy. Such
> > >presumption! Another reason I stick with Eudora Pro 2.2.
> > Ed is right. In fact, there is button in the bar across the top that
> > allows it to be turned off and on. I looked at some of the past message
> > that have been thus censored, and the feature appears to include not only a
> > dictionary of scatalogical terms, but also ones that might be considered
> > politically sensitive. Very interesting. But I turned it off.
> > JB
> > >Ed Dunham.
>"The music business is a cruel and shallow money trench, a long plastic
>hallway where thieves and pimps run free, and good men die like dogs.
>There's also a negative side."
>--Hunter S. Thompson