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Topic # 110699 15-Oct-2012 10:31
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I wasnt entirely sure if this was the correct forum but a search for 'paradise email' showed it probably is.

Anyway, over the last couple of days Ive been receiving an unbelievable amount of spam on an old paradise email adddress I have. I havent used it for years (the odd friend still uses it to get to me though no matter how often I tell them to use my gmail account !) but Im getting maybe 20-30 emails a day at the moment, all with the same/similar subject, but all appear to be from different 'accounts'.

Has anyone else seen this ?


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  Reply # 701323 15-Oct-2012 10:42
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Post some message headers.

Is it coming from Yahoo servers?





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Check out mine - i.am.a.can.do.kiwi.nz - don@i.am.a.can.do.kiwi.nz


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  Reply # 701327 15-Oct-2012 10:44
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Email the friend you have that is odd:

"I have closed my Paradise account, my new address is yournotoddfriend@gmail.com. If you send email to my Paradise address, I will not receive it".

Thus achieving:

The friend that is odd is now going to email you at the correct address.
You don't have to worry about setting up your Paradise account on new devices.
You are not tied to the ISP in any way for your own personal communication.
The spam you are receiving to that account will henceforth obtain stoppage.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 701328 15-Oct-2012 10:45
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Get your Paradise account forwarded to your Gmail. Then Gmail will get rid of the rubbish and youll still get your friends emails :)





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  Reply # 701334 15-Oct-2012 10:53
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Go to www.paradise.net.nz, click on the 'Members' tab, login and click the 'antivirus and spam' link. You may have these disabled.

Cheers, Gary



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  Reply # 701336 15-Oct-2012 10:57
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Don, Ill try that when the next one comes along. Im sure it wont be long.

Tony, Ive tried that more times than I care to remember. He's an old fella, not particularly up with current technological advances and nothing Ive done has worked. I dont really want to cut him off either !

xpd, thats what Im doing which is why Ive seen it all

Gary, its currently set to Spam and Virus, I havent changed anything and havent actually logged into the webmail site for some time.





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  Reply # 701341 15-Oct-2012 11:02
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Don, here's the next one....although as its forwarded from paradise to gmail, Im not sure if thats what you want to see.


Delivered-To: martyyyn@gmail.com
Received: by 10.112.40.33 with SMTP id u1csp103256lbk;
Sun, 14 Oct 2012 14:57:54 -0700 (PDT)
Received: by 10.112.49.201 with SMTP id w9mr1669889lbn.100.1350251873478;
Sun, 14 Oct 2012 14:57:53 -0700 (PDT)
Received-SPF: neutral (google.com: 203.97.32.237 is neither permitted nor denied by best guess record for domain of david429@earthlink.net) client-ip=203.97.32.237;
Received: by 10.152.28.195 with POP3 id d3mf2900527lah.17;
Sun, 14 Oct 2012 14:57:53 -0700 (PDT)
X-Gmail-Fetch-Info: martyyn@paradise.net.nz 1 pop3.paradise.net.nz 110 martyyn
Return-path:
Received: from fep14-orange.clear.net.nz (fep14 [192.168.16.115])
by local-daemon (CLEAR Net Mail) with ESMTP id
for p/martyyn@clear.net.nz; Mon, 15 Oct 2012 10:39:45 +1300 (NZDT)
Received: from mxin1-orange.clear.net.nz
(lb2-srcnat.clear.net.nz [203.97.32.237]) by mx6.clear.net.nz (CLEAR Net Mail)
with ESMTP id for martyyn@paradise.net.nz;
Mon, 15 Oct 2012 10:39:36 +1300 (NZDT)
Received: from elasmtp-kukur.atl.sa.earthlink.net ([209.86.89.65])
by mxin1-orange.clear.net.nz with ESMTP; Mon, 15 Oct 2012 10:39:35 +1300
Received: from [197.6.136.51] (helo=localhost)
by elasmtp-kukur.atl.sa.earthlink.net with esmtpa (Exim 4.67)
(envelope-from )
id 1TNVuH-0000gY-NE for martyyn@paradise.net.nz; Sun,
14 Oct 2012 17:39:35 -0400
Date: Sun, 14 Oct 2012 23:37:48 -0600
From: david429@earthlink.net
Subject: hi Martyn
X-Originating-IP: 197.6.136.51
X-Envelope-To: martyyn@paradise.net.nz
To: Martyn
Message-id:
DomainKey-Signature: a=rsa-sha1; q=dns; c=nofws; s=dk20050327;
d=earthlink.net;
b=lDor3MPPwxFlHTCM2epcxKL2MJIxPvHNjk+cpX23EoBb0gNiQweP1I275/uy/6qD;
h=Received:Date:From:To:Subject:Message-ID:X-ELNK-Trace:X-Originating-IP;
X-ELNK-Trace:
81a14f44830ed8541aa676d7e74259b7b3291a7d08dfec7967054d2403c98f6d7f71e66447e6eeb6350badd9bab72f9c350badd9bab72f9c350badd9bab72f9c
Original-recipient: rfc822;martyyn@paradise.net.nz

how are you Martyn please take a few seconds and check this out it could change your life http://bit.ly/THtscX i dont care about excuses as much as i care about results dont wait for something better to come along because this is as good as it gets

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  Reply # 701833 15-Oct-2012 23:14
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xpd: Get your Paradise account forwarded to your Gmail. Then Gmail will get rid of the rubbish and youll still get your friends emails :)

Unless something has changed from when I worked there (admittedly some years ago) Paradise don't do mail forwarding outside of the Paradise domain.

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  Reply # 701854 16-Oct-2012 00:37
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quickymart:
xpd: Get your Paradise account forwarded to your Gmail. Then Gmail will get rid of the rubbish and youll still get your friends emails :)

Unless something has changed from when I worked there (admittedly some years ago) Paradise don't do mail forwarding outside of the Paradise domain.


You can setup your gmail account to pop your paradise account, just like a normal email client, and that way you can still get your emails into gmail.




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  Reply # 701888 16-Oct-2012 08:51
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martyyn: I wasnt entirely sure if this was the correct forum but a search for 'paradise email' showed it probably is.

Anyway, over the last couple of days Ive been receiving an unbelievable amount of spam on an old paradise email adddress I have. I havent used it for years (the odd friend still uses it to get to me though no matter how often I tell them to use my gmail account !) but Im getting maybe 20-30 emails a day at the moment, all with the same/similar subject, but all appear to be from different 'accounts'.

Has anyone else seen this ?



I get so many its ridiculous...I try not to use paradise as my main account now.

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  Reply # 701918 16-Oct-2012 10:02
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CYaBro: 

You can setup your gmail account to pop your paradise account, just like a normal email client, and that way you can still get your emails into gmail.


Yeah setup gmail fetcher to pull the email in from your paradise account, should filter the junk more effectively than paradise's filtering.

https://support.google.com/mail/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=21289


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  Reply # 701955 16-Oct-2012 11:04
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Hi Martyn. I've spoken with the email team and we've not seen an increase in spam. If you can PM me with your account number the guys will have a look at your email account and see if there's anything odd happening there.

Cheers, Gary

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  Reply # 702058 16-Oct-2012 13:55
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Hi all - if you do get spam come through, please email it to missedspam@paradise.net.nz

Please note that the spam must be an attachment or .eml file attachment (just forwarding an email won’t work). Emailing to this address will help update our filters and reduce spam for you and all our customers.

Cheers, Gary

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  Reply # 702145 16-Oct-2012 16:29
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TelstraClear: Hi all - if you do get spam come through, please email it to missedspam@paradise.net.nz

Please note that the spam must be an attachment or .eml file attachment (just forwarding an email won’t work). Emailing to this address will help update our filters and reduce spam for you and all our customers.

Cheers, Gary


For the record TCL, What is being suggested with gmail is very common. Shouldnt be needed.

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  Reply # 702360 17-Oct-2012 10:37
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Personally I lost faith in the Paradise spam filter when it couldn't even block the Paradise.net phishing emails... I thought that was quite ironic Laughing

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  Reply # 702389 17-Oct-2012 11:21
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mattbush:
TelstraClear: Hi all - if you do get spam come through, please email it to missedspam@paradise.net.nz

Please note that the spam must be an attachment or .eml file attachment (just forwarding an email won’t work). Emailing to this address will help update our filters and reduce spam for you and all our customers.

Cheers, Gary


For the record TCL, What is being suggested with gmail is very common. Shouldnt be needed.


Their email offering is a joke.

Correct me if I'm wrong but.....
No IMAP for Paradise and IMAP for clear only if you pay for mailplus, no SSL/TLS security, can only access their smtp server via port 25 on their network.



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