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Posted By Kevin On February 9, 2012 @ 5:30 PM In E-Mail Help | No Comments
Spam is defined as either a block of canned meat product (7 billion sold), or as unsolicited messages, generally sent via email or text (uncountable bazillions delivered). In a stroke of digital consolidation, Gmail serves up both on the same plate. It does this by rerouting mail that it determines to be spam (the unsolicited messages) to a Spam folder, in which a daily recipe for the canned meat can also be found.
To access the Spam folder, open Gmail, scroll down the left column, and click More.
Then click Spam.
Near the top of the page, you’ll find a link to the daily recipe. Below that is the list of the unsolicited messages. One is a spicy blend of ham and other pork products; the other is–usually–pure bull. It’s likely that even if you don’t care for the canned meat, the recipe will be more appetizing than what is doled out in the list below.
For more Spam recipes, click here .
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