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Michele Neylon :: Blacknight Solutions michele at BLACKNIGHTSOLUTIONS.COM
Wed Jun 16 09:49:29 IST 2004

1. Putting a subject line in your messages is not only a good idea but
highly recommended

Regarding your problem...
You need to look at rulesets. Have a look at the examples and search the
email archive. You should be able to "whitelist" mails from a specific
address without too much difficulty.
I would, however, do two things:
1 - Set the HTML rules to disarm as opposed to block.
2. Email the producers of the newsletter and give them a good larting.

Anybody who insists on using scripts in newsletters these days should be put
up against a wall and shot!



Mr Michele Neylon
Blacknight Internet Solutions Ltd
Tel. +353 59 9137101

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