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VictorTom
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Returning spam address not blocked

Sat Jul 20, 2019 3:41 am

Shopping For Trampoline Mats How to Choose A Replacement

Has your family been using your mid- or full-sized trampoline for fun and exercise for many years? Even though you were careful to keep the structure oiled and covered during inclement weather, have you noticed that the trampoline mats is beginning to fray and tear, especially in the areas where the trampoline springs are connected? If so, there's not need to worry about replacing the entire trampoline (unless you want to!) Instead, here are some tips for learning how to shop for trampoline mats and how to choose the best replacement parts. As you're probably already aware, the trampolines isn't a complicated machine. Basically, the frame provides a structure between which a mat is stretched, while connected to springs. The resulting platform is extremely springy, and perfect for bouncing, jumping and flipping. All of the trampoline parts can be purchased separately, and for reasonable prices, especially if you know where to look. Let's get more information about trampoline at: https://medium.com/@BestTrampoline/how- ... d533e39b75

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However, when you see all of the options that are available, you might feel a little bit overwhelmed. The first steps toward choosing the right replacement re measuring your current mat and figuring out whether or not you want to stick with the same style. Measuring your current trampoline mats doesn't have to be complicated; it just needs a steady hand and a little bit of patience. Square and rectangular mats are the easiest to measure. Simply record the width and the length from one edge of the mat to the other. Round mats are a little bit more complicated because you must measure the diameter. Place the tape measure at one edge of the mat where the circle is the widest. Move around the mat, measuring several times. Read How to Choose the Best Trampoline for you.

If you come up with the same measurement each time, you've probably got it right. After you've figured out what size trampoline mat you need, it's time to think a little bit about style. While mats with rings for spring attachments are the most common, it's important to realize that there are other options. If you don't like the idea of having to keep springs oiled and covered while the trampolines is stored outside, you might want to look into mats that use bands instead. These are elastic bands that loop over the frame and provide the buoyancy for jumping. These bands eliminate the need for metal springs that can pinch little fingers and toes if you're not careful.
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Re: Returning spam address not blocked

Sat Jul 20, 2019 12:26 pm

VictorTom wrote:
Sat Jul 20, 2019 3:41 am
I receive many emails from senders posting with 'mail@isendposter.com'. This email adress is on my blacklist two times. I have made a filter/spamrule on these mails. Though these mails still come in my mailwasher programm and are not transported to the spambin or deleted as filtered on. How is this possible?
I assume these messages are showing in MailWasher as either Blacklisted or tagged by your Filter ?
Assuming so, then you can set either of these to auto-delete, for the Blacklist go Settings >> Spam Tools >> Blacklist >> Options >> you will see the setting there.

For the Filter, go Settings >> Spam Tools >> Filters >> select your filter and click Edit >> select Actions tab at the top >> there is an auto-delete in the drop down menu.
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Re: Returning spam address not blocked

Sat Jul 20, 2019 9:33 pm

rusticdog wrote:
Sat Jul 20, 2019 12:26 pm
VictorTom wrote:
Sat Jul 20, 2019 3:41 am
I receive many emails from senders posting with 'mail@isendposter.com'. This email adress is on my blacklist two times. I have made a filter/spamrule on these mails. Though these mails still come in my mailwasher programm and are not transported to the spambin or deleted as filtered on. How is this possible?
I assume these messages are showing in MailWasher as either Blacklisted or tagged by your Filter ?
Assuming so, then you can set either of these to auto-delete, for the Blacklist go Settings >> Spam Tools >> Blacklist >> Options >> you will see the setting there.

For the Filter, go Settings >> Spam Tools >> Filters >> select your filter and click Edit >> select Actions tab at the top >> there is an auto-delete in the drop down menu.
Thank you so much for mentioning these steps. I also get a few similar spammy emails (I don't get too many so I don't get bothered). But now I will also filter them out and mark them for auto-delete just as you have mentioned here.

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