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  #996503 28-Feb-2014 16:30
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Received-SPF: none (domain of does not designate permitted sender hosts)

That seems pretty stupid. Why aren't they using proper SPF-records? That would put all these spoofs directly in most spam folders.

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  #1000216 6-Mar-2014 15:30
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freitasm: It's a Colombian IP address. I'd say it's just spoofing the address, not accessing the mailbox.

addresses not address. 3 email addresses in my account just happen to be selected and spoofed at the same time?
Possible but highly unlikely.

You can check to see access to your account via:

That will show you Recent Login Activity - Your most recent activity includes any times that you signed into Yahoo! by entering your Yahoo! ID and password (not limited to Mail).

It was from the log in file  I saw UKYahoo Nokia    log ins. These matched up with my password changes.
I was asking if there was any other way for Nokia mobiles to connect to mail  in my original post but it got lost along the way..

Normally I get a steady trickle of emails from and to myself but last night at 7 45pm they stopped.
I also receive in my SPAM 80-100 SPAM daily  (NOT FROM MYSELF) about male enlargements. These stopped at 3 00AM today.

Maybe with a bit of luck Yahoo has done something?

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