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Month: October 2018

Re: [users] Re: In defense of TDE copy - E. Liddel's messages

From: Kate Draven <borglabs4@...>
Date: Fri, 5 Oct 2018 15:08:37 -0400
> On Fri, 5 Oct 2018, William Morder wrote:
> > I assumed readers would know I meant that, in Linux, drivers are packaged 
in a
> > such a way that quite often we "never notice them", as you put it; except,
> > that is, when it comes to third-party, proprietary stuff.
> ok, so it just comes down to a matter of perception but we have 
> agreement on what a 'driver' is (thanks, E. Liddel) and also that not 
> everything is "out of the box" in Linux for some of us.
> > Thanks for the message, as I am glad to see that your address is not 
> > marked as spam.
> E. Liddel's messages *always* go to spam in my case as well as one or 
> two others. no loss since I regularly check and haul them out but then 
> they are not in sequence. my address hides the fact it is a gmail 
> system. I should write a filter.
> f.
> -- 
> Felmon Davis
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------

I noticed the same thing. Even though I have green lighted E. Liddel's 
messages, they still end up in spam. So I have to fish them out as well. 

A friend at google says it happens because their filtering setups, are 
designed to favour paid adverts and spam tag nonpaying competitors. He 
guesses E. Liddel, must be similar enough to a  nonpaying competitor to be 
filtered into spam.

Honestly I think they have it out for Liddel.

Cheers to all

PS Whenever I see an email from Felmon, I always think Felonious Monk, and 
then think of the Monk series. Which only proves, I have a strange mind. No 
offense Felmon.