[access-uk] Re: I am having a problem with blocking addresses of senders of unwanted e-mails which may require me to join the BCAB list if no-one on this list can help

Hi
If you, like me, are getting messages allegedly from Royal Bank of Scotland
or in fact from any financial institution then it's not from a legitimate
source, it's from a phishing site and the only thing to do is dump it in
your recycle  bin.   


Regards
Gordon
From glorious Devon, England 

-----Original Message-----
From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
Alexander Shannon
Sent: 19 August 2007 20:10
To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [access-uk] I am having a problem with blocking addresses of
senders of unwanted e-mails which may require me to join the BCAB list if
no-one on this list can help

Hi all,

I am on BT broadband, and sometimes I get messages that are either from 
addresses I do not recognise, or messages from legitimate companies such as 
Royal Bank  of Scotland, which seem to be misdirected and land in my bulk 
folder.

When I get such messages, and I want to block them I go to block sender in 
my Outlook express version 6 and make sure that I do not just block the 
sender but I also block the domain.

However, I seem to continue receiving messages from domains that I have 
blocked, and do not know how to solve it.

Someone did say that it was possible to actually block these messages at the

server, but since a message I sent them via this list, I have not received 
any information on how this is achieved.

I believe that someone did also say that a solution to my problem, or to a 
similar problem had been found by someone in BCAB, and if this is true, and 
non BCAB members can still join the BCAB list, I would appreciate it if 
someone could send me the joining details please,either via this list,  or 
if they prefer, off list to alexacts2v4@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Thank you all in advance for any help on this problem.


Alexander Shannon 

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