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Can the wii send spam emails from its ip address?

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No this is not a function of the Wii.

If you are looking for a way to send spam from a different IP address you may be out of luck. All computers on your home network broadcast out from the same public IP. There are ways to change your public IP with certain internet providers. Your public IP comes from your internet providers system. It checks for the MAC address of the device connected to the modem to assign an IP address. If you go through the router settings you can find where the MAC address settings are and choose which MAC it will broadcast, it's own internal MAC or a MAC from 1 of the connected devices.

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The only way to send emails is by adding them to you're address book, They reply, and messenges are sent.

Posted on Apr 22, 2009

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How do I get my email addresses off of a blacklist?


Firstly, change your password on both accounts, as both accounts may be compromised, secondly run a virus/malware scan on all your devices that you use to access these accounts (avast for virus scan, unless you already have an up to date anti virus installed. Malware bytes for Malware and maybe a scan with super anti spyware wouldn't go amiss). After you have done all of this then you can start looking into why your accounts are flagged as spam. It could be the IP address that your Internet provider has given you has previously been flagged as a spamming IP Address, try turning your router off for about 20 minutes so when you turn it back on you get a new IP address and try again then. As an individual user there is not much more you can do apart from contacting google and Yahoo, they both have forms online (a little tricky to find) that you can fill in to ask to be removed from the blacklist. It may be prudent to have a look at the goole terms for bulk sending as well to make sure you are not falling fowl of googles t&c's. Hope that helps.

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Unsubscribe from emails


Which email account ?
Is it SPAM ?
Unsubscribing from email messages that you never asked for is a tricky business.
In many cases clicking on the included unsubscribe link in the email only acts to verify to the spammer that your address is valid.

Here are some ways to remove (or at least attempt to remove) your address from a spammer's list.

Examine your email history with the sender.
Before you automatically reach for the "Mark as Spam" button provided by your email client, pause for just a moment and try to recall if the email was at one time requested.

In order to de-legitimize spammers, we must accept that there are legitimate email marketers that rely on your participation.

Pushing the "Mark as Spam" button on their emails punishes them for doing what, in many cases, you asked them to do.


If you recognize the sender and the email seems to be legitimate, but you simply no longer wish to receive the emails, then open the email and find the unsubscribe link. U.S. marketers must include such a link, as well as their physical address and a privacy policy statement.
Once you unsubscribe, you will want to retain a copy of the email and any confirmation information just in case you are not removed.

In many cases, the sender is not identifiable.
If you cannot easily identify the sender, do not open the email; view the header information first.

In email clients such as Outlook, you can do this from the "View" or "File" menu items.
In some cases you can right-click on the email and then open it with properties.

In web email clients, you may have to open the email first before viewing the headers.
As long as your email settings do not load images automatically, you should be safe opening the email.

The properties window will show the email header information, which identifies the actual sender.

Here are the headers of an actual spam email that I received.
Since the guy is a spammer.
I don't really care that his email address is out there for all to see.

Received: from PC ([24.232.15.144]) by mailhost.*******.com (IceWarp 9.2.1) with ESMTP id DXU56335 for <***@******.com>; Wed, 23 Apr 2008 12:23:35 -0700 Received: from [24.232.15.144] by filter1.bluegu-1.mailguard.com.au; Wed, 23 Apr 2008 16:23:36 -0300 Message-ID: < 01c8a55e$616b7400$900fe818@psofd> From: "Zachariah Frye" < psofd@bluegum.com.au> To: <***@******.com> Subject: [Spam 9.75] Top Designer Shoes 60% OFF Gucci Chanel Prada Dior Date: Wed, 23 Apr 2008 16:23:36 -0300

The top line tells you that this was probably a zombie PC, and identifies the IP address of the server, 24.232.15.144.

A quick visit to http://www.mxtoolbox.com/blacklists.aspx shows that that IP is on every single blacklist they monitor.

Unfortunately, in this case, there is no way to actually unsubscribe to prevent receiving further emails.

If you using your work email, contact your IT department to set up blocks to stop emails from the listed IP. In this case, using the "Report as Spam" button is warranted.

In many instances, information about the sending server can be gleaned.
Some third-party mail servers include an abuse email address where you can report inappropriate behavior.

If there is an address, copy and paste the entire email header information into the email you send to them.

That information will help them identify a rogue customer sending through their email servers. While asking to be removed from a legitimate mail provider will work, the same request to a genuine spammer will fall on deaf, unscrupulous ears.
http://www.mxtoolbox.com/blacklists.aspx
Blacklists Server IP or Domain

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When i send emails l keep getting the following message spanhaus xbl 121.214.142.172


The 'spamhaus' ("SPAM" is a registered trademark of HORMEL CORPORATION) and "haus" could be the German-language equivalent of the English-language word 'house') is a web-site that lists the IP-addresses of mail-servers that are KNOWN to be sending LARGE quantities of "spam" E-mail.

Contact your ISP, and tell them that the IP-address '121.214.142.172' is listed on the SpamHaus 'BL' ("black-list").
They will need to remedy the "spam" problem.

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Strange emails in gmail


Most likely someone you have sent an email to in the past has had their computer hacked, exposing your email address, and now your email address is on a distribution list.

Nothing you can really do about this but mark as spam and possibly set up a gmail filter with some consistent common feature in the subject or message to always send them to spam or trash.

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How to stop one particular spam email coming to my Spam box daily basis. In other words can I stop particular spam email that carries a particular brand of medicine come to my spam box. It is tiresome...


Login to your Yahoo Mail Account.
On the right hand side you will see Options and when you click on it,
the dropdowns will show up. Choose Mail Options.


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Under Spam Guard, check the box: Automatically send suspected spam to my Spam folder
In Empty Spam folder: choose immediately

In the Blocked Email Addresses, add the email address that continues to send the unwanted email.

That should take care of it.

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My e mail is sending e mails on its own and then sending me undeliverable messages. It is using the addresses from my e mail account. This is happening when compute is on and off. What can I do? I have...


This is an indication that someone is using your e-mail address to spam people, it is called "Spoofing".

Spammers usually use legitimate e-mail addresses to spam lots of people. But some of those e-mail addresses that the spammers trying to spam are invalid. Because they're just guessing it.

Spammers usually gets a legitimate e-mail addresses by hacking the server of some stores. From the server, they could get legitimate e-mail addresses.

People's email addresses are being registered to the store server once you purchase something online. But there's no need to worry because your e-mail address will never compromise.

Here's what you need to do:
1. Access your e-mail.
2. Open the Mailer Daemon (bounced-back message).
3. Click on Submit as Spam button.

The server of your e-mail will try to locate the real sender via the IP address that the spammer's used in sending e-mails. Then the server should trace and block the sender.

But the most effective one is to create a new e-mail account and inform all your friends about your new e-mail address. And try to avoid buying things online.

Good luck and have a great day!

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Yahoo isn't taking care of SPAMs i click


Most spammers send from multiple IPs and Email addresses, so to Yahoo!, its treated as being sent from different senders. So labeling one as spam doesn't translate to others being filtered.

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Too much spam


Don't tell anyone your email address!
Your email address can be found from people you send email to.
Most antivirus software can intercept it and most email programs like thunderbird have a built in spam filter - you just need to configure it do what you want with the spam

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AddressGuard is another powerful line of defense against spam:
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  • Give them out when you don't want to give out your primary Yahoo! Mail address
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  • Simply delete them if they start receiving spam
If the email receipiant has reported you as spam that is why you can't get through

you will have to call the receipiant and ask them to remove you from their spam list

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