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  1. I guess I've never cared what the "die-hard denizens" think.
    I'll use whatever news client I please and filter whomever I
    please. It is still a free country, at least until November.
     
    Richard Crowley, May 21, 2008
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    Bill's News Guest

    You're certainly right in those complaints, however, you replied
    to a suggestion to "filter all google groups" that "there is no
    practical way to do that with OE."

    The OE news filter "where from line contains people" can include
    just the source ISP address and its prefixed @, which traps all
    messages from that source. The action chosen can then be
    "delete" or "mark as read" whichever you prefer. As debated in
    this thread, the delete method sacrifices reception of
    non-spammer messages as well - however, if you choose "mark as
    read," at least those un-highlighted messages which elicit a
    Usenet response are then within your focus. Having found a
    blocked group poster who you've enjoyed reading, you could then
    add an OE filter to accept his/her posts BEFORE applying the
    kill all filter. I'm not aware of a limit to the number of
    specific addresses allowed in a filter, though I'm sure there is
    one. I have well over a hundred folder routed addresses in my
    e-mail filters. I also use these filters to color code certain
    senders and sources.

    It would be great if OE would automate the content scans,
    however, infrequent newsgroup visitors might find it convenient
    to do manual scans for chosen criteria before beginning to read.

    Sadly, OE is dead with the arrival of MS' new OS. Perhaps some
    of these desirable filters will find their way in to the new
    reader, should vista EVER become worthy. Perhaps one or more of
    those good programmers who've written OE add-on code would
    consider expanding its filters to include a solution to your
    reasonable complaints.
     
    Bill's News, May 21, 2008
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  3. I've learned a lot from this thread. FYI, in order to post this from
    GoogleGroups, I have to type in
    one of those challenge words to prove I am human. Not sure how new
    this is, but maybe it'll cut
    down on the GoogleNews Spam.
     
    EdwardATeller, Jun 2, 2008
    #63
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    Paul Guest

    Captcha checks have been broken. It is more of a nuisance, than
    a real barrier.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Captcha

    Paul
     
    Paul, Jun 2, 2008
    #64
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    The Real Bev Guest

    You're lucky I saw this!

    I had just signed up with a free newsfeed that claimed to have
    eliminated all posts made from the googlegroups website. Unfortunately,
    it eliminated a lot of ordinary non-googlegroups posts. Bad news...
     
    The Real Bev, Jun 2, 2008
    #65
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    M.L. Guest

    I've learned a lot from this thread. FYI, in order to post this from
    Your link showed that not all captchas have been broken.
     
    M.L., Jun 3, 2008
    #66
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