By the way, just after I posted my first response this morning I got an e-mail from a "Society Member" exactly as you described originally. When an email is marked as 'Spam', in my case at least, those words are added to the beginning of the subject usually in brackets. It turns out that the filter was causing the problem but I upgraded from ubuntu Is case sensitivity a problem? If so where are the docs? Is ii possible that I need to dump ubuntu for a simpler version of Linux? Full names may only contain alphanumerics, underscores, spaces, hyphens, periods, double and single quotes, and commas. Use the available search criteria to search for the recipient. I now have proper access to the delete and move-to operations provided by the thunderbird application. Restarting the application doesn't fix my problem but removing the type 48 filter fixes things immediately without reboot or anything else. Nick names may only contain alphanumerics. I am going to remove the filter type 48 and I'm pretty sure I will recover an ability to discard and move messages. If so what are the other flag bits used for? I shall have to remove the filter that is now type 48 but at least it's not going to take a couple of days to figure it out. So, I changed all my passwords and they seemed to stop.
The local part of an e-mail address the part before may only contain alphanumerics, periods, underscores, percent signs, and hyphens. Hackers will then try to log into those e-mails using webmail and use password cracking software using dictionery word and letter combinations to access that account and then harvest every contact. Nothing is ever sent to the Junk folder. When people send round robin e-mails or pass on chain mail with recipients clearly visible in the To or CC fields, every one of those addresses becomes a target for hackers and can be harvested for this type of spamming. Elsewhere on IDG sites. It all happened when I tried to add a filter at a last item in the list. Select a message advertised as junk; Right click and choose delete message; Nothing happens; Try dragging it to the trash; Nothing happens. I'll try it after I see what the "contains" change does. Buried in Yahoo Mail help area it suggests you change your password. I might change email addresses but what about the security of mine, and others, address books. I turned that feature off at pair. First off, though, I'm sorry about posting the link. Thank goodness for KeePass, eh? Modified February 17, at 6: The messages were addressed to an older email account that I no longer use, but that's still set up to forward to my current address. My wife got exactly the same message on Thursday and it was also sent to the people she had previously sent mail to. Specifically, the names -- but not the email addresses -- that they appear to come from are family members. Via these links, you can easily access your Contacts, add new entries or contact lists, or perform directory searches. A surprising number of the [Mycolleagues] messages have been misidentified as spam'' this is set here: Just need to set to and change my email account passwords, yet again, but to more secure ones, as suggested by Taff. The contact nickname, name and e-mail address fields in the WebMail's address book only allow certain characters. I now have proper access to the delete and move-to operations provided by the thunderbird application. In fact, I hadn't thought to check through my address book so I appreciate your suggestion. I believe there was a thread about Yahoo and BT names and passwords being hacked on one of PCAdvisor forums sometime ago. If so when does thunderbird read and store a changed. Restarting the application doesn't fix my problem but removing the type 48 filter fixes things immediately without reboot or anything else. The following list shows the allowable characters in each field of the contact entry:
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