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SP2 adds a new feature to OE's Security Options to block automatic downloads of images and external content in HTML mail. This is to foil spammers from using webcams to verify your email address. The block also helps those OE users who use dial-up connections to connect to the Internet from OE initiating a dial-up session when the user has hung up the modem. Prior to SP2, when a dial-up user opened a HTML email with embedded links to pictures or other content, OE would launch a dial-up connection in order to download the external content.
If OE has blocked images or other content that you wish to view, just click on the InfoBar at the top of the message body. If you wish to disable the block completely, and thus risk spammers verifying your email address click Tools| Options| Security and clear the check box for Block images and other external content in HTML e-mail.
You can do either of two things:
In Internet Explorer, choose [Internet Options] under the [Tools] menu selection.
scroll down to the "Security' section
UN-check the "Warn about invalid site certificates"
[OK] [OK] [OK]
close and restart Internet Explorer.
If not satisfied with iE8, you can un-install it and the previous version that you had will re-install itself (and keep all your favorites, etc. intact).
[Start] [Control Panel]
Scroll most of the way down to [Windows Internet Explorer 8]
most isp blocks port 25 for sending out mail that's the reason you cant send out mail, ask you wifi(ISP) smtp settings and you need to set it on your smtp server so you can send out mail using thier smtp as outgoing server.
OR ask you email provider about your webmail address and manually send out mail using the web interface of your email hosting.
btw have you try to change you smtp port to 587 sometimes it work.
hit block addres button under pref or when u read his email send him bakc one say stop emailing me or call cops and then hit block adres button on that page sumware block recipts under your pref use his email ad dto block list ok
One option would be to get a Gmail account at Gmail.com, as it is great at blocking spam, and any that gets through, you just have to mark as Spam and you won't see it again. If you have to stay with yahoo, there are many third party spam blocking softwares available to help you out. Yahoo may even provide Spam blocking feature (I don't use yahoo, so don't know for sure). Good luck
And your problem was what? E-mail advertisements in E-mail comes from you or someone putting your e-mail address on the internet when you signed up for something and did not read the fine print. The only way to stop them is to get another e-mail address and do not use it for signing up for anything. You can try to block them with a spam filter that is built in to most e-mails. Outlook express has a way to block the sender if you look at the tools - Message setting. I can't help you much more than that because you did not give any information at all. I had to guess what you wanted. Rate me if this helped.