I have a problem where email sent from my Blackberry is going into the recipients spam/junk folder. If I send the same email from my Outlook it goes to there inbox. I have tested the behavior with 4 different recipients who work for different companies. The Blackberry is setup with BIS via OWA and is on Vodafone.
New spam emails being received on samsung s5 are disabling the ability to tag them as spam. This only leaves pressing unsubscribe which could be risky or delete. Meaning there is no way to stop future emails.
My Iphone and my brother's iphone have done the same, our email contacts recieve spam emails we havent sent with vulgar links, i dont know why it happned or how to stop it other than to change my password, i need to know why it happened in the first place to make sure it doesnt happen again
My phone can do everything except get on the Internet, if I try to get on the Internet it takes me to this bogus site that is clearly trying to get my information. It fronted as an email from my college and the government Fafsa...grrrr! Why are people so evil???? Anyway, I am out of state and don't have my Mac, so other than a clean wipe and set back to factory setting (since I haven't backed it up in weeks),how I can fix this?
I have a brand new 3GS. For some reason, when I type in the letter M in the "to" field of a new email, my contacts who start with M will come up, along with a third random email address that starts with an m. I don't recognize it (it looks like a spam address actually) and I've never written to/from it on my iPhone.
Where did it come from and how can I get rid of it? I've tried restoring and then re-setting up my email accounts but that didn't get rid of it. If it makes a difference, the phone was purchased brand new from the Apple store. I'm the only one who's touched my phone.
I would like to be able to block Spam email on Samsung Galaxy S6. I can see how to block specific addresses but I don't want to have to type out the email addresses to block every time. I want to be able to do it by clicking on offensive emails in my inbox.
Ever since I got my phone, I keep getting this email notification of Mobile Email OZMAIL. I never had gotten this from my old phone (Motorola Karma Q1) so I'm wondering why it keeps popping up. I believe it's a text message, it's not an email. It's reallly annoying and I want to get rid of it.
I have a Bold 9900 and am constantly receiving spam email (i.e. purchase Viagara etc.). How do you change your settings or setup a rule to block these unwanted messages? I know how to do this with my Hotmail account but can't find any instructions in this regard for the BlackBerry.
In the stock email app on my S3, there was always a button you could push to get rid of spam on your phone (or to mark an address as spam). I don't see it on the S5. Is it gone? Do you have to turn it on?
Between this and the inability to sync properly, they really screwed up the email app.
On my previous phone (HTC One X) I could choose to not sync particular folders (like spam) to my phone, but on my LG G4 it syncs all spam (or other folder contents) directly to my inbox, meaning I get a regular stream of notifications about junk all day every day - it's beyond irritating now. When I go into mail settings and select "show all folders" there is no spam folder or any of my other Yahoo or Gmail folders, so all mail, including spam comes straight to my inbox. How do I set the default email app to properly show ALL folders and set syncing so I don't get spam synced to my phone?
I'm hoping I've just overlooked something simple and my upgrade hasn't meant a reduction in simple functions! If there's no way to do it in the default app? This seems such a ridiculously basic function to omit.
I am getting more and more spam-type messages on my iphone 4s. You've won a WalMart gift card, Do you need extra money?, things like that. Isn't there some kind of spam filter or malware proctection I can use?
Is there any way to mark email for my iCloud account as spam on my iPhone? I'm running iOS 5.1.1. It's extremely frustrating to receive spam email on my iPhone and have no way of reporting it. The iCloud WWW page will not allow you to log in from an iPhone and instead tells you to use the built-in Mail app. The Mail app will not allow me to mark spam. Since I have my iPhone set to display HTML images in email I have to be exceedingly careful not to open any spam messages until I can get to a desktop computer to log into iCloud. Sometimes, I don't have access to a desktop for multiple days at a time, which means I can't mark the email as spam for days and have to tiptoe around it. I can't tap the delete button at the bottom of an email, because it might move me to the spam message, which means I'll trip the webbug and I'm hosed. I thought that the new push was to be desktop-free as much as possible? Yes, I could just delete it, but that doesn't help to train the spam filters.Why is there no way, at all, of doing this on an iPhone? It's 5 years old already. Am I the only person in the world that receives spam on their iPhone?
I've received a spam invitation on calendar app through my gmail account recently and accidentally declined the invitation. I'm not a very technical person but I've managed to delete the culprit and stop gmail from automatically adding events I haven't responded to to my calendar. What I wonder is that would my declining that spam invitation do any harm to my accounts, iPhone or iMac? If yes, what should I do?
2 months ago I received a text spam about a horoscope service, which I ignored because it was clearly a scam.Then I found out they were charging me $9.99/month, and I had to spend 30 minutes on the phone with AT&T to get the charges removed. How can spammers charge you when you haven't responded to their text? This is a huge annoyance and waste of my time. I am considering removing the texting function from my iphone.