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I have incoming Emails but I am unable to open them, they are on my subject heading etc, also I cannot delete any emails. Sending Emails are fine. Please note I have entered the email address which I have the problem on,If you send email on this addrss I cannot open it. could you reply on my alternative email which is rein733slow584@yahoo.co.uk

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What email client do you use?

Try downloading Thunderbird from http://www.mozilla-europe.org/en/products/thunderbird/

that should work.

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Open an email from a sender you want to block. Look at the toolbar above the message. You\'ll see "Delete, Move, Spam, More". Click on "More".



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How to use these dropdown menu choices: For example, if you want to block every email from an email account at aol.com, you could choose "ends with" and type in "aol.com". The other options work in similar fashion. You could use the "Subject" field to block all messages about, for example, "college reunion" or "Viagra" or "pron".



Click on the last item, "Then move the message to:" to see a list of all your email folders. If you never want to see messages from blocked senders, choose "Trash" and Yahoo! Mail will delete the message before you ever see it.



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You can not block emails with in Mail running OS X Mavericks. But you can set-up your Apply Rules function to automatically delete them within the Mail Preferences. It is supposed to perform which ever action you have set to your emails as they are retrieved and loaded into Mail from your mail server. To do so;
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