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I have created several spam filter rules for my inbox. However lately, it seems that they no longer block a specific phrase that I blocked. I have blocked the phrases “Cannabis Oil” and CBD in the from, subject, and body of the message because of the incessant (4-5 times a day) spam messages. Lately, the spam filter has failed to pick it up. It seems the subject is printed in a smaller, all caps font which your spam filter does not pick up on and it still comes through into my inbox. Furthermore, one of the message circumvented a 2nd spam filter to block all messages that contain a specific physical address in Valley Cottage, NY within the body of the message. Not only is the amount of spam (at least 25 messages per day) received frustrating, but it is even more frustrating that an attempt to divert these messages to spam doesn’t work either.
I feel your same frustration. Saturday I received in an 8 hour period 40 plus and that doesn't include the ones that actually got blocked with the Spam filters and rules created. It's never ending and getting worse. Can't figure out with all the complaining why COX does not do something.
This is ridiculous that Cox wants THE CUSTOMER to create these filters for the massive spam they pass on. Here is the address of one of the many spam e mails i receive daily.
So you really think any of these links in these spam emails, including the unsubscribe link, are safe to click? I trust 2 week old gas station sushi more than I trust clicking any link. And then they’ll just come from some other 50 character address and the cycle continues. Something has to be improved on the mail server to block these.
You are not serious are you?