what's next

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Re: what's next

Postby maelcum » Sun Jun 02, 2019 4:19 pm

What a relief to hear from you. Thanks for taking the time to give us an update.
So glad to hear you are still around and haven't given up the fight!! *ThumbsUp*
Please keep it that way. Makes us all happy!

josh wrote:I don't see us choosing to take new users .. but the continued service for existing users is looking totally doable and good.

Ha! If you plan on phasing out the site by waiting for us to perish, it'll take some time ...! :D
Tbh I am still surprised that there is so much work to do. I though SpamGourmet of being self-explanatory, at least for everybody in the business of handling (electronic) mails that would choose to contact you...
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Re: what's next

Postby dki2707 » Sat Jun 08, 2019 4:42 pm

Dear Josh,

I woundn't mind paying 24$ per year to your kids or any other successor.

Enjoy the days with your family.
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Re: what's next

Postby DyNama » Thu Jun 13, 2019 5:42 pm

Best wishes to you, Josh. Thanx for SG, I've been using it for 17 years!

I am a programmer but the only programming languages I learned over 4 decades are BASIC, AutoLisp, and AutoHotkey. I got laid off my job of 30 years going on 10 years ago. Age is creeping up on me too, I had a mild heart attack in 2017. If there's anything I can do for SG, I'd do it.

Hang in there!
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Re: what's next

Postby 2watspamgourmet » Thu Jun 27, 2019 1:27 pm

Hello Josh,

thank you very much for SG for the many last years and also for the future and I hope, that you can continue it for a long time.
There is always a chance, even if it is very, very little but why shouldn't you be the one, where things surprisingly turns to a good way. (sorry, my english is not very good).

Another reason for me to write is that there is an organisation in Germany, which may be able to continue such a project, too. It's the CCC, the Chaos Computer Club. Don't be worried about the name, they have a very good reputation and they support government organisations in security questions. You can found them here at www.ccc.de/en/

My best wishes to you and your family

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Re: what's next

Postby justs » Fri Jun 28, 2019 6:37 pm

I can't believe I'm just now discovering this thread. I am so sorry to read this and my thoughts are with you, Josh, and your family. I've been through the process with several of my family members through the years and it is a tough journey. I can only wish you the best and as much joy as possible from this day forward.

I have a palpable sense of guilt in that Spamgourmet had similarly been my most used and most taken for granted tool over the past 18 years. I cannot imagine my workflow without it and yet I can believe the commitment that you have dedicated to this tool and its users. Selfless it's the word that comes to mind.

I don't know how I can contribute to we this process, to you, your family it this project but I am very open to doing so.

I wish you well.

Could using a Spamgourmet disposable to register for the Spamgourmet Forum tear a hole in the space-time continuum?
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Re: what's next

Postby snowmaker » Sun Jun 30, 2019 3:17 pm

Hello Josh. I wished you well in another thread (viewtopic.php?f=7&t=1753&p=8047&sid=cea76ce218bdb69644ae29b80ada29b5#p8047), but I would like to do the same here as well. You provide a great service, which I have mentioned more than once on another forum, http://www.emaildiscussions.com. I truly do wish the best for you and your family in this troubling time, and do so wish I could provide some bit of help both financially and physically. About all I can do at the moment is suggest you and/or yours research CBD Oil. It has helped me for various 'ailments'. Research it well though, as there are some (or quite a few at least) 'snake oil' (pun intended) salesmen/companies that only want to make money.

Again, wishing you and yours the best.

- Bruce
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Re: what's next

Postby xk8 » Sat Jul 06, 2019 1:06 am

i very much hope you can recover fully and wish you the best. Glad to hear you're continuing to look into ways to achieve that.
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