Don't reply or in any way try to contact the e-mail spammers, unless you have an e-mail address that you don't care about because that e-mail address is guaranteed to fill with spam as soon as you respond to anything from these idiots. Most likely though the sender's (sp?) e-mail address and most relating info will not exists.
The best way to fight the spam is never to post your e-mail address on any website (including Drobe), never subscribe to any mailinglists with your primary address and NEVER EVER reply or in any way respond to spam - clicking on "Remove me" links included!
What I have done and has worked quite well is I have my own domain name (cheap, $9 a year at www.goddady.com) and whenever I signup for a newsletter or any mailinglist or have to register at a website, I create a new e-mail address with the name of the website or newsletter as the address (i.e. email@example.com). That way if any of the companies/organisations/websites sells their e-mail list to a spammer I will know immediately who's to blame and I simply close the relevant e-mail address.
May date set for RISC OS Euro 2009 show RISC OS eXperience 2009 is set to take place on Saturday, May 16 at the same venue as last year's event - the Wijkgebouw de Vuister in The Netherlands. Co-organiser Paul Porcelijn said: "Last year between 70 and 80 visitors attended the show, many of whom brought their own system. The atmosphere was friendly and inspiring. Many people made new contacts or renewed old acquaintences." Punter who wish to set up their own stands and commercial exhibitors are welcome to contact organisers The Big Ben Club. There is no charge for table space. Discuss this. Published: 22 Mar 2009