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Topic # 22150 18-May-2008 16:22
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Anyone having any problems with this over the past few weeks??  About 50%  of email we get here from Yahoogroups are being marked as SPAM along with other genuine emails. I have had to put filter rulzes inplace to try and overcome this. 




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  Reply # 131614 18-May-2008 16:56

I just don't use there Spam filtering system at all, i use my own.

As I found out the same thing as you have, it marks lots of non spam as spam.



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  Reply # 131632 18-May-2008 18:38
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TechnoGuy001: I just don't use there Spam filtering system at all, i use my own.

As I found out the same thing as you have, it marks lots of non spam as spam.


Thanx.  Where abouts in my profile can Iturn their  spam filter off??




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  Reply # 131633 18-May-2008 18:44

Right here:





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  Reply # 131696 19-May-2008 08:42
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Many thanx for that.

Hopefully problem sorted after turning off the filter..




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