Yeah I figured I needed to look at that and did so yesterday
maybe it’s now got better
Rod Blitvich - Amy & Sam’s Dad
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0409 681 256
> On 2 Feb 2018, at 12:11 pm, Ronni Brown <ro...@mac.com> wrote:
> I wasn’t going to remind members to check their Junk Mail settings as I was
> assuming you all have Junk Mail set up on your Macs. But then thought I
> should not always assume all Members have taken our advise over the years.
> Make sure you have your ‘Junk Mail’ settings correct in Mail > Preferences >
> Junk Mail.
> "I consider these settings to be the optimal Junk Mail settings in Mail.
> Select - Enable junk mail filtering
> When junk mail arrives:
> Select - Move it to the Junk mailbox
> The following types of messages are exempt from junk mail filtering:
> Select - Sender of message is in my contacts
> Select - Sender of message is in my Previous Recipients
> Select - Trust junk mail headers in messages
> DON’T Select - Filter junk mail headers before applying my rules
> (Note about the last checkbox, Filter junk mail before Applying My Rules.)
> Ordinary, the Junk Mail filter runs after your rules, meaning your rules
> process all incoming spam messages and therefore may move some of them before
> the spam filter gets a chance to put them in the Junk Mailbox. Checking this
> box makes the Junk Mail filter run first, which reduces that problem while
> possibly producing a higher number of false positives.
> I’m assuming that you’ve set up good rules—so messages processed by your
> rules are usually “real” mail— and suggest leaving this unchecked.
> Mail’s Junk Mail filter gets smarter and more accurate as you use it— but
> only if you tell it the truth! That means always correcting it when it makes
> a mistake. If Mail fails to move a spam message to Junk, select it and click
> the Junk <page117image3883072.png>button on the toolbar.
> In addition, scan your Junk mailbox every few days or so to make sure Mail
> hasn’t mistakenly marked a good message as spam. If you find a legitimate
> message, select it, click the Not Junk <page117image3883520.png>button on
> the toolbar, and drag the message back to your Inbox. (If you don’t see the
> Junk or Not Junk <page117image3883744.png>button, that’s because they’re the
> same button—the name changes depending on whether Mail thinks the selected
> message is spam or not.)
> 13-inch MacBook Air (April 2014)
> 1.7GHz Dual-Core Intel Core i7, Turbo Boost to 3.3GHz
> 8GB 1600MHz LPDDR3 SDRAM
> 512GB PCIe-based Flash Storage
> macOS High Sierra 10.13.3
>> On 2 Feb 2018, at 11:37 am, Ronda Brown <ro...@mac.com
>> <mailto:ro...@mac.com>> wrote:
>> As Tim has mentioned NEVER click on ‘unsubscribe’ SPAM emails!
>> If you do you will be smothered in more SPAM emails.
>> Ronni Brown’s iPad Pro 12.9-inch 256GB
>>> On 2 Feb 2018, at 10:27 am, Tim Law <t...@peoplehelp.com.au
>>> <mailto:t...@peoplehelp.com.au>> wrote:
>>> I never click on any unsubscribe button unless it’s from an apparently
>>> legitimate source. Otherwise you’re simply assuring them they have the
>>> spammers dream - a live email address.
>>> Sent from Tim's iPhone
>>>> On 2 Feb 2018, at 9:35 am, Peter Curtis <pe...@augold.com.au
>>>> <mailto:pe...@augold.com.au>> wrote:
>>>> Yes, far more than i’ve ever had before.
>>>> Kind regards
>>>>> On 2 Feb 2018, at 6:02 am, Rod Blitvich <rb...@iinet.net.au
>>>>> <mailto:rb...@iinet.net.au>> wrote:
>>>>> Hi Folks
>>>>> I am with iinet
>>>>> In the last week or two I have been receiving HEAPS of SPAM email
>>>>> Has anyone else experienced this?
>>>>> Rod Blitvich - Amy & Sam’s Dad
>>>>> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
>>>>> Good Ideas
>>>>> 0409 681 256
>>>>> rb...@iinet.net.au <mailto:rb...@iinet.net.au>
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