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spamspam2 noun [uncountable]  email messages that a computer user has not asked for and does not want to read, for example from someone who is advertising something You can filter out spam with special software.see thesaurus at advertisement
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spamIn effect, it would ban all spam.ISPs are increasingly filtering out known spam, and most newsgroup clients support user-defined filters, so use them.I was getting so much spam mail that I changed my email address.My wake-up call arrived when the amount of spam selling lists of e-mail addresses exceeded that pushing miracle diet drugs.Throughout the summer adverts will appear in newspapers and magazines reminding people of the goodness of spam.A major drawback is that you can't filter emails or spam.Not only is the return address on the e-mail almost certainly fraudulent, but responding to spam creates more traffic.