@joman -- Sent these examples to firstname.lastname@example.org
Two of your examples cite "puredigitalprods". So, you could add a filter for that string in the FROM field.
I have been in contact with "Enterprise.co.uk" (an international car rental/hire company). Either the password for their "contact" E-mail ID has been hacked, or the spammer spoofed that ID. Their response is just the standard "do not click any links in the E-mail; just delete it". Seemingly, they were not entertaining the possibility that their ID has been hacked.
I’m getting these spam mails every hour now. They are so obviously spam I am surprised Shaw can’t fix this.
I'm sorry for the ongoing frustrations with this. Our email teams are investigating this matter with the examples I've provided up. Your patience is appreciated while we get this resolved.
@bkushner -- so obviously spam
What makes it "obvious" ?
The spuriously-inserted apostrophe (') ?
The fact that the "body" of the E-mail does not contain any words -- only HTML code that links to a web-site containing an image that your brain processes & decodes as words?
The fact that the "Reply-To" tag always seems to contain "support@digital..." ?
Within your E-mail (or Shaw WebMail) you can create "filters" for the apostrophe, or for that string contained in the "Reply-To" field.
I have created at least 15 filters. If Shaw can’t filter out these obvious spam filters I am done. I have to keep this email address though for a couple accounts unfortunately.
@mdk I just realized that the Filters and Blocked emails that I setup in Shaw Webmail preferences only work when email is accessed directly via the Shaw Webmail website. Maybe that is the way it works, but I was hoping that these Spam preferences for filters and blocks would apply to the email account even when accessed via the Mail app in Windows 10 or Outlook.