Re: [DML] Re: DML Sent To Spam
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Re: [DML] Re: DML Sent To Spam

Thanks Welmoed, I will get one of my children to troubleshoot my yahoo spam settings. Rod 10921

--- On Fri, 9/25/09, Welmoed <welmoedj@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

From: Welmoed <welmoedj@xxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [DML] Re: DML Sent To Spam
To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Friday, September 25, 2009, 11:57 AM


There are several ways that can cause a spam filter to block messages that you consider not spam:
1. In office environments there usually is a system manager who decdes what is allowed and what's not.
He may not care for selection between spam and private mail.

2. In personal situations you control the contents passing the filter yourself. You can accidently mark a message as spam causing othert messages from the same source also to be considered spam.

Sometimes however a spam filter catches words or parts of the text that look like spam and then automatically treat the message as spam.

As long as you don't have them removed rightaway you can undo that in the spam container by marking them as non spam. They will them be moved back into the inbox. Once marked as "friend" they ougth to stay out of the spam box.

There are many different programs out there that can catch unwanted messages we consider spam. Some of them are free and some of them have to be paid for.
Remind that paid doesn't automatically mean "good" and free doesn't mean "bad".

There are only a few really good programs that don't slow down your computer, but all of those have to be paid for.
I'm not pointing to a manufacturer, as this is no commercial.

If you have problems it may be a good time to look at your program and decide if trying something else may solve your problem.
FWIW: Don't use more than one program: your reward is a computer at a snail's pace and probably a lot of strange behaviors and problems of which you can't find the source. 

Hope this info helps.


--- In dmcnews@yahoogroups .com, "drivestainless" <msubstel@.. .> wrote:
> Rod, what software are you using to read email? What software has started blocking the DML?
> Years ago I went through a time when 100% of the DML messages were intercepted by my workplace's spam filter. The messages would not even reach my computer. I repeatedly asked the spam filter to accept DML messages, but every time it eventually "re-learned" that the DML was spam. For a few years I had to subscribe via a different email address.
> In my case the only solution was to wait until the spam filter technology improved. I hope you have more luck.
> - Mike Substelny
> VIN 1280
> --- In dmcnews@yahoogroups .com, Rod Dillman <rhdillman@> wrote:
> >
> > I just discovered that some DML postings are being directed to my spam file. There does not seem to be any order or pattern to the spam postings. In the past I have just deleated spam postings in mass without looking at what was posted, missing some DML postings. Have others had this problem and is there a fix? Thanks,  Rod 10921
> > 
> > 
> > 


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