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Re: [Killietalk] Help (WITH YAHOO)
I don't know about yahoo, but with hotmail I have about the same problem but
I can go into the "junk mail" folder and tell it killitalk is a list I
belong to and it lets it through. Hotmail also allows access via Outlook
express, my Mom uses that, I choose not to. I would rather use the web
interface and be able to access my e-mail from anywhere rather than just my
I would think you should be able to access your yahoo account and go into
that folder to tell yahoo you want to receive those messages. The problem
is the e-mail is not from killietalk, I don't know if you can identify it by
the "reply-to" or something else. Every SPAM filter I have seen has some
way to identify mislabeled SPAM, as most e-mail provider based systems are
pretty trigger happy.
Someone out there must be using Yahoo!
>From: "Al Anderson" <augustand at sbcglobal_net>
>Reply-To: killifish discussion list <killietalk at aka_org>
>To: "killifish discussion list" <killietalk at aka_org>
>Subject: Re: [Killietalk] Help
>Date: Thu, 4 Jan 2007 10:07:49 -0500
>I have SBC global for a provider, they use yahoo. some how my email comes
>my outlook express and for the most part I do no have to go to the yahoo
>account. I found out yesterday that the Yahoo account has a very good Spam
>protector on it and the folder it puts the stuff that they call spam is not
>shown on the outlook express list of folders. I have to figure how to take
>the killi list off of the Spam list. I removed the spam blocker in the
>account and started to get the killi list again but I also get 300 junk
>mails along with it.
>Breed your fish today before man's
>over population kill's the wild supply.
>augustand at sbcglobal_net
>317 253 2170
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