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Ok---re 'spam fighter' That appears to be for Microsoft products---I have a mac--& I am sure there is software for that.
I have had past misc problems with yahoo 'going down-crashing' so I Have all of my email pointed towards my gmail too & it is getting the identical spams the yahoo gets so I see no help from gmail I do this as I can't make a complete jump to gmail as all of my 'stuff' ---folders / contacts is in yahoo---I am stuck with this terrible email service.
What is an 'email client etc?'
I am still not getting why the solution is not to dump this address and open a new one.
Ok -lastly---I do also click on the 'spam' button when deleting them
***** Is it likely that I am doomed to receive spam from this 'company'---coming from the same source---but different companies / products or is this going to just go away at some point? I mean---they are locked in on me.
1. ultimately the answer is that yes---I am likely permanently doomed.
2. The only 'real' answer is the change the email address------with the implication of dealing with my clients ---about the change
3.If I put the new address on my website it is fair game----to these bad guys?.
Ok---you may be on to something. They are coming into a form I have on the site that has it's own address that then gets sent to the main address-which is where it shows up in the mail box---where I see them all. I hope I am explaining it right-this is how it looks-
on the navigation bar it has a link called--'Health History Form'-it brings them to the form---they fill it out & click on 'send.' Then it appears in my in box (the one that gets the spam) via another address of ours which is also 'copied' to the main address.
What if I were to change the 'internal' address-the one from the form to the main one? Does the 'cc' screw that up?
ok---great service on both answers.