filters in Eudora sponsored mode

  mandydog 23:54 09 Oct 06

I have just added a filter to eudora but is does not seem to work. I am trying to filter out rubbish. I am getting a lot of emails addresssed to , for example, [email protected], whereas my actual addresses are
[email protected]
[email protected]

The filter I set up was
To: does not contain myname
To: does not contain myothername
Transfer to "rubbish"

The offending emails [addressed neither to myname nor to myothername are not being transferred to rubbish, even though I put this filter at the head of the list. Please advise me.I am getting a lot of this rubbish

  Ashrich 23:16 10 Oct 06

I always found , before I bought Eudora with the junk filter , that it was best to do a sort of hybrid filtering , check for regular country id's , ie. .ru or any American addresses that it is unlikely that you will recieve mail from and filter those right away , use key word filtering ie. FREE , Security update , anything vulgar ! things like that . As I didn't know anyone with an AOL address I trashed those straight away , it takes a little time but it does work . Also click here for a dedicated Eudora forum .


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