When I clicked on Options, the following menu showed up:
There is no such thing as Blocked Addresses
I did. It's not there. Do you have the same screen as I have?
Click the Options menu, then select More Options.
In the Mail Options page, click the Spam option on the left side of the page.
Thanks for all your help, Smile.
The problem has not been solved yet, Smile. It looks to me that when a mail is highlighted and the SPAM button is clicked, the mail goes into immediate oblivion. No track. And the email address from where the mail is originated is not logged by Yahoo in the Spam list.
That it means is that clicking the SPAM button on any email is a one-way ticket: the email where the source originated will never be able to send you emails anymore. So far, we have not been able to figure a way to give a return ticket to this process. Any idea yet?
Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX email came from a government organization so it can't be resent. To find a solution to the problem, I carried out an additional experiment. I have two email addresses: yahoo and netzero. I sent an email from the netzero to yahoo. The email came through. In the yahoo inbox, I marked the netzero email as spam. I did this deliberately. The email disappeared. I checked it in the spam folder. It was not there. I went to the Option -> More Options... -> Spam menu path. I did not see my netzero address (or any other address that I had marked as spam including the email from the US govt) in the list of blocked emails.
I have sent several emails from my netzero account to the yahoo account. None of them ever made it again. I had even included the netzero email address into my yahoo contacts. Yet, no email from netzero ever shows up in yahoo: (Inbox or Spam folder). Like I said, yahoo seems to delete the emails into oblivion.
Seems to me that Yahoo has a bug in spam management. You can independently carry out a similar experiment like the one I have just done. Marking an email as spam seems to issue a one way ticket to Planet Oblivion. The system will not let you change your mind. What do you think?