TSA and Spam
A reader sent this to me. He’s corresponding with the TSA about getting his name off the watch list, and was told that he should turn off his e-mail spam filter.
Sent: Monday, August 01, 2005 11:46 AM
To: ((Name Deleted))
Subject: Your e-mail has been received
Please do not respond to this automated response.
Your e-mail has been received by the Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) Contact Center. Our goal is to respond as quickly as possible. However, at times, high volumes sometimes delay our response. We appreciate your patience. You may also find the answer to your question on our web site at www.tsa.gov .
To ensure that you are able to receive a response from the TSA Contact Center, we recommend that Spam filters be disabled and that your email account have ample space to receive large files and/or attachments.
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