Late last year our son logged on to my wife's laptop and visited several sites that now send what are unsolicited (by my wife) e-mails.
We could handle the load for a while, but now it has become intolerable with over 60 spams/junks a day.
Even the ISP now sends her warnings about her space allocation being exceeded, and she religiously handles her e-mail each and every day.
(The ISP space allocation was not initially
She does not want these e-mails to enter her computer and, of course, they are
not wanted in her in-box.
I spent several hours one day, entering all the e-mail "from" addresses into her blocked-sender list but that has not solved the problem.
How are the e-mail settings
set to get rid of this spam/junk?
Does Challenges need to be configured?
(Right now it is off.)
If so, how
one decide whether to use
the Low or High setting?
reviewed and edited
her allowed-sender list last night and she is OK with it as it now stands.
She receives some solicited (by her, for her interests) e-mail, but those e-mail addresses are not in her allowed list.
I think they need to be added, if I understand the use of Challenges correctly.
Assistance, please ....
Other than ZAISS 6.5, there are no other security programs installed on her Windows XP Pro system.
Windows XP Pro
ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite
Message Edited by Stripeman on 10-27-2007 10:47 PM
Message Edited by Stripeman on 10-27-2007 10:50 PM