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8 07 03 18 201 I Have Remote User Attached To My Email Name Renee Espinosa. How Do I Stop Her From

Unable to Attach Any Files to Email since 18th October 2011?

I have noticed that not only is there an issue with attachment, but also with downloading of attachments. I am using Mac Snow leopard 10.6.8 with latest version of Java and have also installed Browser Plus as recommended by Yahoo.
Using application (Attach Large Files) is just a hassle and in my case, by email recipients want attachment sent to them be available to them all the time without any expiration.
YAHOO should look into this matter as I am loosing precious time forwarding emails to Gmail to download attachments as well as send email from Gmail to Yahoo Email with Attachments to forward to my recipients. (Yahoo has been my primary address) since I don't know when.
Come on Yahoo, there are people suffering because of your ineffective service here.
I certainly hope someone here can resolve quickly.

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You can not completely stop all spam, but you can help to put a big dent in it.
First, try not to open any of them, that only makes them send more and more to you.
Check mark them and click on 'Spam,' this should stop those addresses from being delivered to your inbox.
Use your spam filter and block address.
Look for the 'Options' link at upper right corner of mail screen and click on it

Options/ mail options / spam preferences
make sure spam guard is on, click on save changes

Options /mail options / blocked addresses
Enter the E-mail address you wish blocked and click on 'add block'
you will never get mail from that address again.
This should help you to control your spam.
Other tips:
Never open E-mail unless you are absolutely sure who it is from.
Never give out your personal information to anyone.
If at a website and you must sign up for something, check the entire page to make sure you uncheck any lines wanting to send you notices, info, or ads.
Added detail:
Yes, spammers change one item in their addresses a lot, so you might try blocking the entire domain, by putting in
*@ thedomainyouwanttoblock.com
for instance: *@seeyou.com
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Depending on how formal my message needs to be, I would send one of the responses below.Option 1: “Thank you for confirming on (insert the date you received their acknowledgment) that you have received my email that was sent on (insert the date you sent the original email).”Option 2: “Acknowledged.”Option 3: “I’ve received your email.”Option 4: “Thank you.” and sign off with “Best.”A very formal message like option 1 can be used when dealing with messages that need strict documentation - medical billing, business deals, or legal matters. Including the date along with confirming receipt of the email eliminates any doubts that the message was received and gives you further documentation.Normally, you won’t need to be as formal as option 1. Using one of the other options will work just fine.

There is probably a service that will do this for you in some form or another. If you wanted to build it yourself, this is how I'd do it (short summary version):- Set up a server that serves a 1x1 pixel image to any url  requested. Record urls requested to a database. - create a unique Identifier for each email you send, point it to the image server you launched. Write some software to include this in the email body in html so you don't have to do this by hand. -  when the user opens the email, the image will be loaded. This behavior is not 100% consistent across Mail readers. Some ask you to approve loading of images first. - when the image is requested, send a notification with the unique ID from the image name. This could be another email, or some other form of notification. This will not achieve 100% notification, but it should do alright. You can probably find some stats on other similar methods with corresponding "open" rates online.

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i don't really know how it works, but you have to make sure everything is new. new names, new email accounts, nothing from your old one.

nothing predictable either. just make everything new, if you did or if you will do that and they still find it... i don't know. they might have access to something you're not aware of.

also, can't you make it private? make it so people can't see anything or add you or something. i don't use fb a lot but i did see an option to make it so that you can't be found through search

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Maybe you made the same mistake someone did with ME on Facebook, used MY email address to create the account. So, one day, I gat email from Facebook about having trouble logging in, and wanting to reset my password. I had no account, but I looked into it anyway, and discovered MY email address! I double checked, not spam, MY email. So, I reset the password and took over the account. I changed the name and such to be ME and I was done... The thing is, whoever made the account, keeps trying to USE it. They fail because I changed the password, and every time they want to reset the password, the email goes to ME, not where they expect it to go. I can't help it the twit typoed the email!. Anyway, the point is, you MAY have done a typo with your email address, so the password request is going out, but to somewhere else...