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Tired of spam filter blocking posts

Forums General Melanoma Community Tired of spam filter blocking posts

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    lou2
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      Once again Mollom has shut me out.  Tried to post recent melanoma related articles from e-alert of Journal of Investigative Dermatology.  There were quite a few, so I put them all in one post.  But it didn't go thru.  Tired of this.  What good does it do to then report it to Mollom?  Nothing ever comes of it.

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        lou2
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          I think they should fire Mollom and get some other spam filter that works better.  This one is junk.

          lou2
          Participant

            I think they should fire Mollom and get some other spam filter that works better.  This one is junk.

            lou2
            Participant

              I think they should fire Mollom and get some other spam filter that works better.  This one is junk.

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