Re: A Note To All
If you send and receive from Yahoo! mail then Yahoo! domain keys will
verify that you have received from legitimate Yahoo! user. It's always
better to go for an open discussion instead of IM as some one can re use
the discussion instead of reinventing the wheel. You could easily read
the mail on the web instead of delivering directly to your mail box.
These days spammers are using more and more picture messages than the
text messages. If you are using Yahoo! mail when you receive a mail you
could see the whole header from where you can see which IP address it
was originated from by going through
Common let's look this example there are always road accidents will this
stopped driving/riding in the road?. There is always be some problem
but I hope will not stop your endeavor. These days spammers send picture
messages to get rid to spam filter. But still I feel Yahoo! is doing
better spam control than my office one where I get 10-20 unwanted
messages not categorized as spam. But I still feel Yahoo! should improve
spam control especially the picture messages using an OCR (Optical
Character Recognition) software to make sure that doen't contain text
but really a picture.
There are advantages too in the IM that allows face to face discussion
that I don't deny. I am one of the Administrators in Tamil Wikipedia the
free encyclopedia. I hope Yahoo! can make use of Media Wiki software to
provide wiki solutions where users can provide solutions.
--- In Y-Mail@yahoogroups.com, Sasafrass <sasafrass452@...> wrote:
> First of all, I turned off the moderator notification emails(for my
> account) because people are/were spamming me via the
> Y-Mailemail@example.com address, & allowing messages from that
> address permitted the spam to reach my inbox. I simply visit the
> to check for pending messages. Also, I have a message filter set up to
> accept group messages by subject(using the group name), so those
> messages reach my inbox as they should. I don't receive personal
> from group members very often(almost never), so there isn't much point
> in checking the trash folder when 99.9% of the emails being deleted
> spam. However, I suppose that anyone contacting me could include
> [Y-Mail] in the subject line. The message would reach me that way. My
> is open to all, so I felt that was the best option.
> IM me! Sasafrass452(Yahoo)
> Kenneth wrote:
> > That sort of option for controlling spam has always seemed very
> > extreme to me. There are bound to be people that need to contact
> > you who either don't IM people or assume that they're in your
> > address book already or who don't even know of your decision.
> > As a group moderator, I don't know how you're going to handle
> > moderator notification messages or emails sent to the owner
> > address. There's no way to receive those messages by IM.
> > I assume you'll be reading the group's messages at the website.
> > Kenneth
> > --- In Y-Mail@yahoogroups. com <mailto:Y-Mail%40yahoogroups.com>,
> > Sasafrass <sasafrass452@ ...> wrote:
> > >
> > > Just wanted to let everyone know that if you need to contact me
> > > personally, please IM me. I've decided to auto-delete messages
> > from my
> > > trash folder(in Thunderbird) , which means I won't see your email
> > if you
> > > send me one because I'm only accepting messages from people in my
> > > address book. Adding hundreds of addresses is a rather daunting
> > > task..... If you IM me, be sure to indicate that you're from this
> > group
> > > so I know who you are.
> > >
> > > Best wishes for '07!
> > > --
> > >
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
- Well, I use Thunderbird so your suggestions don't apply to me. My
message filters delete 100% of the spam, so I don't have any problems
IM me! Sasafrass452(Yahoo)
Regunathan Umapathy wrote:
>[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> If you send and receive from Yahoo! mail then Yahoo! domain keys will
> verify that you have received from legitimate Yahoo! user. It's always
> better to go for an open discussion instead of IM as some one can re use
> the discussion instead of reinventing the wheel. You could easily read
> the mail on the web instead of delivering directly to your mail box.
> These days spammers are using more and more picture messages than the
> text messages. If you are using Yahoo! mail when you receive a mail you
> could see the whole header from where you can see which IP address it
> was originated from by going through
> http://www.geobytes .com/IpLocator. htm