[real-eyes] Re: Spam? and what can be done about it?

You know that is the weird thing, I used to never have a problem and it just 
started with no obvious changes on my system. That is why I went to rr about 
it.  This is just one more excuse for me to run right over to Google when 
they start providing services here in KC.  I am under no contract and am 
free to go when ever I want.
Hugs, AJ

Recipe for happiness: Live with enthusiasm, smile for no reason, love 
without conditions, act with purpose, listen with your heart, and laugh 
often.

NET SECURITY:  When forwarding email messages please consider your 
obligation to erase all names and email addresses.  And send the message by 
using BCC (Blind Copy) and you will avoid spammers and viruses on the net.

Thank you.
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Patrick Palmer " <jenpat@xxxxxxxxxx>
To: <real-eyes@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, February 09, 2012 6:57 PM
Subject: [real-eyes] Re: Spam? and what can be done about it?


> Yeah change providers I have none!
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: real-eyes-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
> [mailto:real-eyes-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]
> On Behalf Of Andrea Breier
> Sent: Thursday, February 09, 2012 12:26 PM
> To: real-eyes@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [real-eyes] Spam? and what can be done about it?
>
> I used to never hret junk mail messages in my inbox, and now I do.  It is
> not as bad as what I have seen in other situations but I do not want any. 
> I
> contacted Road Runner and explained my situation to them and they provided
> me with an email address where I could forward the spam as an attachment 
> and
> they would add it to their block senders list.  As I understand it, this
> would also block these spam messages from other customers and theirs would
> block from me as well.  This still doesn't help.  I still receive repeat
> emails and I haven't found anyone there that can recommend anything or
> anyone else to have me talk to about this problem.  I have also started
> blocking these senders, but I don't like the idea of filling up my deleted
> items folder with these unwanted email messages.  I am running windows
> essentials and windows xp and outlook express.  On my laptop I am running
> windows 7 and windows mail as my email client and I get some of them there
> as well.  Does anyone have a
> nything else I could try?
> Hugs, AJ
> Recipe for happiness: Live with enthusiasm, smile for no reason, love
> without conditions, act with purpose, listen with your heart, and laugh
> often.
>
> NET SECURITY:  When forwarding email messages please consider your
> obligation to erase all names and email addresses.  And send the message 
> by
> using BCC (Blind Copy) and you will avoid spammers and viruses on the net.
>
> Thank you.
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