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khill75462

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Have no idea how "Adriana" got my Yahoo email address, but I get something from her every day, or at least several times each week. I've tried every imaginable combination of words to have her emails go directly to trash, and Yahoo is no help. Same thing for "size matters". I'm a 70 yoa female and have no interest in either. I don't open them and of course, when I hover over their names/subject, it's a bunch of gobbledogook with fictitious domain, etc. Any suggestions?
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Hi have a look at this page it's yahoos page on how to block emails.
http://help.yahoo.co...otherspam3.html

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