Junk e-mail is a nuisance, but it\u2019s easy to spot, so just delete it. Right? Sure, we all know enough not to open messages titled "Make $8,000 to $30,000 a week from home" or "Better Sex!" But some spammers find ways to get around even the most hard-boiled e-mail-using skeptics.Some subject heads are arresting not for their brazenness but for their subtlety. It\u2019s harder to bypass the ambiguous "Hello" than "Win a Free Motorola Pager Today!" One editor here recounts a message he received recently that combined two sly techniques: vagueness and the use of "Re:" making the message look like a response to something he\u2019d sent. When he opened "Re: Payment," it said, "How to meet hot young girls.""Not what I expected at all," he says.In a totally nonscientific poll, CIO writers and editors reported that the following subject heads are the hardest to resist?at least the first time."Hi!""The information you requested""Order Confirmation""My new e-mail address" (from a sender named Sarah?who doesn\u2019t know a Sarah?)"Congratulations!" A blank subject line"Remember me?""Sorry it took me so long"Standouts for the most discreditable message titles (besides offers to enhance body parts the recipients didn\u2019t have) included:"Investigate Anyone or Anything Now!""Make Money While You SLEEP!""I LOVE YOU AND I DON\u2019T WANT YOU TO DIE!""GET RID OF YOUR DEBT TODAY!""Do you like Japanese Schoolgirls?""Stop snoring today""BE ORDAINED NOW!"One editor offers a useful tip: Avoid all messages with exclamation points; however, he admits, "Last week I did open one that promised to \u2019Take 10-20 years off your age!\u2019 As it turned out, they were merely offering to make me look 10 to 20 years younger! What a fraud!" For more on e-mail management, see "How to Tame the E-Mail Beast".