I have two verizon.net home e-mail accounts and have SpamDetector turned on for both. It used to work moderately well and caught 60 to 75% of the spam. Starting in October 2014, SpamDetector stopped catching anything. There is one specific e-mail account that I blocked in my wife's account that it catches, but that is all.
I have read all of the articles and posts I could find on this site - all to no avail. I have a workaround that helps somewhat. I put some filters on the server at netmail.verizon.net which help, but they don’t catch everything and they block all BCC’d e-mails. My wife receives a fair number of smaller, "low-tech" newsletters that rely on the BCC function. Because she is an elected official, she needs to be certain that she gets these.
We regularly get 40 to 60 spam e-mails per day, so this is more than just a minor inconvenience. Any help that you can offer will be appreciated.
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