|Re: Spamming the Wrong Message|
|John Levine (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
15 Dec 2005 04:01:58 -0000
>> Indeed. Recently, DoubleClick reported that clickthrough rates on|
>> e-mail were still at about 8 percent.
> Is he saying 8% of spam recipients respond and send money in response?
Most of the mail that Doubleclick sends is legitimate, i.e., to people
The numbers I've seen for spam are in the tiny fractions of a percent.
PS: What does this have to do with Telecom? You want to argue about
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