That link-to target is unreadable. If Shaw uses RBLs, then someone should turn them on, because the spam I don't get on professional mail servers, shows up in my, and friends email every day from IPs banned elsewhere. They may use them, obviously they don't know how and if any of the suggestions on the web site are any indication of how well they can handle using RBLs then the RBLs are a waste of time until they start using them.
It may be as you say "evidenced" in a invisible post, but I am not about to start believing in what I cannot see.
I don't like the idea of Rogers buying *us up, but hopefully, Rogers will send in the Pro's,
* They are buying the customer base (us), and equipment that goes with us. How does it feel to be a product?
@whomever -- that link-to target is unreadable.
After clicking on this link, hold-down the CTRL key on your (Windows) keyboard, and tap the "A" key. Release both keys.
What you claim is "invisible" has now become "visible".
P.S. Shaw customers are an "asset", not a "product".
I too have been inundated with spam. All of my attempts to send these emails to firstname.lastname@example.org have been returned as undeliverable. In the past sending them to reportspam has solved the issue. I believe there’s more work to be done SHAW.
My Shaw email got hacked recently and to hide it, they signed me up for about 1000 websites all over the world. If you are on a legit mailing list then you need to go into each one and unsubscribe. Otherwise the filter thinks you requested this service. Most of my emails (about 500 a day) are from legit websites that have me on their email list
Update* I had all emails forwarding to my GMail account, and Gmail caught the Spam with little effort. Will be moving my emails over right away.