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Yahoo email Bye Bye ten years & now i cant stand it!
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Posted September 26, 2011 at 9:00AM
Good morning everyone!
I started using emails almost 12/13 years ago starting with "Excite" then they closed down back then so i looked for an alternative & yahoo was the chosen one, Having been impressed in the past many moons ago i used to pay for my accounts with them but then in 2004 i started to get spam trickle through,
I managed with the spam for a few years until it became too much and my main yahoo account was with a user name that my friends used to call me so even if we lost contact they knew my account name and ive reconnected with them through that account, Well i became overwhelmed with spam some years ago & decided i wouldn't pay for the account anymore! so i stopped the payments, & the spam just came rolling in some days i would get upto 100 spam emails in ONE DAY!
it became that when i was opening up my account i spent most time deleting the spam which i had to check due to lost friends possibly contacting me, I find it hard to absorb that a huge company like yahoo dont have the ability to let its users have a BLOCK button/option so any emails from THAT address are blocked & can no longer spam you? YES they have a pointless spam filter which does just exactly what it says and thats direct spam to your spam folder BUT it frustrates me to STILL be getting dozens of emails from Viagra spammers & penis enlargers so to speak lol
So i am after another email Client that has a better way of dealing with spam & i am prepared to pay for the account IF they have a better approach towards spam, so does anyone know of such a company? Damn you yahoo!
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Posted September 26, 2011 at 10:21PM
Like Morddwyd, I have also been with Yahoo for many years and never paid anything. Spam goes to spam folder and for any which get through, it's easy to set a rule to block them in future.
I also have three other accounts which are used for specific purposes.
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