Thanks for this info as I am always getting this junk and just kept deleting it.
Thank you for taking the time to post this. You've made it very easy to understand.
Excellent post Zakons and very timely, indeed. And you did not try to slam anybody in the process. Bless you for the good into.
Thanks....and the great part ...IT WORKS!
I already follow these steps, but it is still very frustrating and tiring. I just had to do that 50 times! I want to be able to block them from ever getting into my outlook express mailbox!
Yes, it might be time consuming at first...but once you do it...I can go a lot of months before I ever get another one...It goes in spurts....and IF I do get one...It is only 1 on a day...
It does pay off, just have to have patience.
It does take patience Zakons but I pays off, I agree. I get very little spam anymore.
It's kinda like the "Do Not Call" register. Takes a little time to do it, but so worth it.
I also delete "unread" certain items and many have stopped coming eventually.
Zakons, I've been doing this forever. I've never had it like this....50-80 spam e-mails a day. I hardly ever buy stuff on-line and I don't e-mail with very many people, so I just don't know.
By next week, it should be way down or elimated....One time a year ago,,,,I went to my "block senders" list...and unblocked them all....I figured it has been a few years....BIG Mistake!! I was bombarded with unwanted emails right away...I mean a huge number each day....I went and did it again...blocked the senders....and it stopped completely...
Patience...is all I can say....Walk away awhile...you don't have to do it all at once.....
Zakons, thanks for these very helpful instructions! I get a lot of spam, and I'll tell you and others how it started, in hopes that it'll not happen to someone else. One day, I got an e-mail that said something like "Win a free $500 gift card from -------- (a chain store I shop at)". I clicked on a supposed "survey" so it would enter me in the supposed contest. It's obvious that this wasn't a legitimate contest sponsored by the store. Instead, it was just a way for some unscrupulous company to get e-mail addresses from people, which they sell to a million other companies, and it immediately multiplied into tons of spam.
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