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I keep a Cox email account open to monitor alerts via my iPhone X and iPad Pro2 but not in Outlook on my pcs.
Lately, I have been inclined to close that email account because for several weeks I am flooded with SPAM.
Is there a fix for this by Cox or a solution that I missed?
It would surprise me if they showed the same domain, but I look at the subject line and delete them without further investigation. The subject lines are diverse.
Thanks for your interest. Unfortunately, I am in the middle of a conference where I spoke this morning that brought together leaders from 50 countries.
I am not paying any attention to the Cox email at the moment, but I will try to remember the request when the flurry resumes at a time not known to me.
xenolalia said:where I spoke this morning that brought together leaders from 50 countries.
Translator? Explains the username, like Hoshi Not that it is any of my business, just curious.
On a more serious note, you might want to consider a more secure and private email provider if political privacy plays any role. ProtonMail is infamous now, but see article here for more options. Cox email should work either way, IMO though something so important should have redundancy.
I finally got another SPAM email. Subject line is "ADT Premier Provider". The alleged domain is part of an address so long I do not know how to read it on an iPhone. But in part it is @dvquatcvffwpiujhja.meta...
I am confused because this IS the kind of SPAM I want Cox to stop like they have done through the years until some weeks ago.
I did not say this had a virus, but that it was unsolicited and unwanted email that fills up my box. This is annoying when I am outside the USA like next week when I go to South America.