Re: Disposable addresses - Use SpamGuard - is no longer available
- SPAM folder and Disposable addresses are different things.
Teaching SpamGuard is a good idea but it is not also connected with Disposable addresses.
Disposable addresses allow you to create unique email for every site you use.
And in 99% of cases there is no need for SpamGuard to be set ON for such Disposable addresses.
For example you have created Disposable address for your Bank Online System.
Ask your self will you want such emails to be checked by SpamGuard?
Do you want that one day you will not notice some important email from you Bank about charge of your credit card because that email will go to SPAM folder.
For now more then 50% of my disposable emails are going into SPAM folder.
Saying the truth such behavior from Yahoo is a crime.
Once I was fighting with Yahoo whey they decided to remove options from Disposable addresses:
Looks like ROUND 2 is coming!
--- In Y-Mail@yahoogroups.com, adeomus ******** <carpediemadeomus@...> wrote:
> though this has not been a problem for me for awhile, i got used to checking my spam folder regularly in case regular mail went there, even my OWN group posts regularly went in there.
> it was a pain, but i find that yahoo has really gotten good at weeding out the actual spam.
> i want it on, as a default.
> but then again, have always been on classic, and still love it.