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Uber Geek


  # 1777460 8-May-2017 05:05
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Im not getting any here on vodafone and my email address ive had for near 20 years now..

 

I'm not noticing any issue with it

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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  # 1777478 8-May-2017 07:38
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Apsattv:

 

Im not getting any here on vodafone and my email address ive had for near 20 years now..

 

I'm not noticing any issue with it

 

 

A "special" select few are having this issue, not everyone on Vodafone (or clear.net.nz). I'm, unfortunately, one of those special few facing this issue.


 
 
 
 


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  # 1790526 28-May-2017 09:45
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The SPAM issue on my old paradise email account has not gone away.  The volume fluctuates daily but is unacceptable.  I currently have my Gmail account configured to get mail from my Paradise account and my Gmail account very effectively filters out all SPAM.  Maybe the time has come to move permanently.


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  # 1790860 29-May-2017 05:40
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prevaljo:

 

The SPAM issue on my old paradise email account has not gone away.  The volume fluctuates daily but is unacceptable.  I currently have my Gmail account configured to get mail from my Paradise account and my Gmail account very effectively filters out all SPAM.  Maybe the time has come to move permanently.

 

 

I still notice my spam volumes are the roughly the same, though its been fluctuating. I've been in contact with Vodafone who said are doing staged upgrades, but due to the complexity of the issue there is no time frame they can give.

 

Just now I opened Outlook and got about 45 spam messages dated and timed just this morning! Usually I get about 20, which is down from about the original 30.

 

 


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