I suggest you create a Gmail account, and use that for your 3830
subscription. Works like a charm, and can handle the high volume that
Tom - VE3CX
On Mon, Dec 3, 2012 at 9:12 AM, brian coyne <email@example.com> wrote:
> After CW CQWW contest I had to go away for a few days. On my return the were
> some 1300 mails in my Yahoo mailbox and a few in my Spam box. I should have
> I deleted the majority and a day later I had mail from Dave Pascoe, KM3T who
> is one of the Admin staff for Contesting.com, enquiring why I had been
> marking the 3830 post as as 'Spam' On enquiry it seemed that there was about
> a dozen involved.
> Over the years Yahoo have been diverting the odd 3830 post into the Spam box,
> I read and delete them thinking nothing of it. Obviously the ones Dave
> referred to had been in the spam box. Since Dave's mail the 3830 posts in my
> Spam box has rocketed to 60/70 each day and this morning after the busy
> contest weekend I have more than 450 in there which is ridiculous.
> I know nothing about how Yahoo works with regard to Spam. I am pretty sure
> that I did not mark any of my Inbox mail as Spam although cannot rule it out.
> I may have done for one page. Dave tells me they are having great problems
> with Yahoo due to this issue because of the vast number of subscribers to the
> The only solution, if it is a solution, I can think of is to mark all mail
> from lists we subscribe to, whether or not we intend to read them, is to mark
> and move them into the Inbox before doing any deletions, do NOT delete them
> in the Spam box! I am doing that now even though it seems it is too late for
> Is there anything I can do by contact with Yahoo to rectify this issue? The
> Admin guys at the List have more than enough to handle without all the
> aggravation they are getting from Yahoo and also AOL I understand. All
> suggestions welcomed.
> Brian C4Z / 5B4AIZ.
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