Windows 10: Lots Of Daily Spam Emails

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  1.    14 Sep 2016 #11

    pepanee said: View Post
    What I meant by "Adjust" is to respond in a way that would help corrupt that computer that sent the email.. so it can never do that again, until it gets reformatted and reinstalled. Because obviously there's some issue that the computer is having. Why not take it out of its misery? Gotta help it out, you know?
    Again, since the sender is probably a hijacked system, you would be corrupting someone elses system. In many countries, that could land you in prison. Regardless of your intentions.
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  2.    14 Sep 2016 #12

    Yea, I understand that. You're correct. It definitely could be someone else's system who has nothing to do with it. Damn. I hope some smart hackers can get their hands on all this and notice that those spam emails are taking business away from them.
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  3.    29 Sep 2016 #13

    [QUOTE=So, maintaining one's email address without being flooded by spam *can* be done, using a bit of "situational awareness" and practicing "safe hex".

    Good luck!

    MM[/QUOTE]



    I laughed for a long time ....oh man. Nice.
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  4.    01 Oct 2016 #14

    I always get 5-15 spams everyday and it is happen for like 4 years. I doesn't annoy me because i don't get any notifications and i don't really care. I clear all spams every months without reading them
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  5.    01 Oct 2016 #15

    I also use Hotmail and have been inundated with Spam emails since day 1.
    Last year I joined Windows 10 Insider and created a Microsoft account using Hotmail to do so.
    Along the way I was notified that my original Hotmail account would be updated as part of their process and that did happen.
    This Aug I had 200 Spam emails in my Hotmail account, 0 between 2 Yahoo email accounts.
    This Sep I had “only” 71 Spam emails in my Hotmail account, 0 between both Yahoo email accounts.
    Between last year and this Aug, I have no idea how many Spam emails were being received in Hotmail; all I recall is frustratingly emptying the Junk Email folder.
    I never responded to any of them and just about every topic that can be included in Spam emails were brought up. Eventually I found out it’s supposed to be possible to block them in my Manage My Microsoft Account where I can View My Inbox; it didn’t help.
    I asked for help in the Microsoft Community; they wanted to be helpful but were not successful in providing a resolution.
    Unfortunately even though I wanted to participate in the Windows 10 Insider Program I didn’t. I paid attention to it and it has done me very well but I did not want to create a mailing list in my Microsoft account.
    I don’t expect a resolution to the Spam emails but wanted to share my story.
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