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drrob1

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To reduce spam, I've been told that this works.

If you have access to the mx record in the master DNS for jpsoft.com,
enter a bogus mailserver with higher priority than the correct
mailserver. Legitimate mail clients will try the mx entries in order,
while spam does not.