97 spam emails on a Sunday!!!!!!!!
Better effort on the part of Yahoo is needed to detect spam before letting it get through to users.
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David Kesner commented
Any email with any name that a@ WHAT EVER DOMAIN.. should be blocked! I have gotten 10000s of spam
Rick 400tec commented
HOW DO I GET YOU TO STOP REPEATEDLY PUTTING ALL MY EMAIL IN SPAM AFTER TOLD YOU TO STOP "NOT SPAM" COUNTLESS TIMES? YOU FN DENSE COMMIE AZHOLZ!
R D commented
Need a wild card to block spam e-mails. Ex. firstname.lastname@example.org where xxxxx is any 5 character, This would stop a lot of the bomb spam e-mail. Write the code and get it done.
Aaron King commented
I just "updated" my email which did nothing. No questions were asked besides my email address and pass word. I am considering changing to another.....maybe GMAIL.
Viet Nam commented
Allow blocking of senders by using part of their email address. For example, rather than blocking email@example.com. Allow blocking of *@*funkybeatsillusionas.co.uk.
Please sending blocked email to Spam is NOT blocking the email.
Corbin Douthitt commented
22 seconds to delete 5 emails in SPAM. on a Fiber Optic network.
Sharon Tvorik commented
Get updates so that all domains can be blocked. In my spam folder, I am getting sexually explicit spam emails from the same domain that I have listed as blocked for months. How does not this horrible domain prevent itself from being blocked? The titles in the spam emails are soliciting sex with explicit language and profanity. Please find a way to block these domains.
Bill B commented
Could you make it so we can block all emails containing a specific string of text found in the raw email message. Spam sites frequently change their domain names but their emails still contain the same text that would easily identify the spammers who keep sending out the same garbage under different domains.
For example: If we could block a specific link found in the raw message that is used frequently in a spammers email this would block the spammer no matter what domain they use.
Richard Blackmon commented
FIX BLOCK SENDER TAP IN MY SPAM FOLDER!!!!
T Graham commented
STOP the spam before there is a security breach.
Steve King commented
Yahoo is getting paid by the spammers, so they are directly responsible for sending the spam. They definitely want you to pay, but the spam won’t stop.
john gibson commented
just want an answer or you trying to make me pay for this service
john gibson commented
why have my spam block been stopped
Brian Ventress commented
Mostly the junk folder works for me but recently I have found mails from a solicitor, who I have been corresponding with for the last few months, have sometimes been found in the junk folder. How does this happen and can it be corrected? It is very inconvenient and could cause delay in the important transaction with the solicitor.
Poet Man commented
stop flooding my inbox with spam
E.T. Saffon commented
Nothing but SPAM in my inbox. Spam filter sucks. Can barely use yahoo. No spam in gmail inbox.
Michael Salogga commented
I am getting HAMMERED by spam emails again. The volume has steadily increased over the past two weeks. Please make the proper adjustments - you've done it in the past.
B K commented
I receive thousands of spam emails that I was allowed to block before. Not only cannot I no longer block spam email addresses, it appears that I receive even more and YAHOO! does absolutely nothing about it. All YAHOO! wants is for you to purchase monthly subscriptions for a useless platform.
Steve King commented
Yahoo is actually the ones sending the spam. They are being paid by the spammers.
Stefanel Stan commented
Improve the spam filter. I have marked over 900 spam emails over the last 6 months, all originating or having these characteristics:
- Return-Path: <random_string@netorg<random_number>.onmicrosoft.com>
Received-SPF: pass (domain of netorg<random-number>.onmicrosoft.com designates <IP> as permitted sender.
Is it so hard for Yahoo Mail Spam filter to block these?
As I mentioned, I have marked hundreads of them as SPAM and Yahoo still hasn't learned yet??