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    Spam Arrest blocks spam based on the Sender Address (the email address of the person sending the email). There are three (3) types of Sender Addresses: Authorized, Unauthorized and Blocked.

    When an email arrives from an Unauthorized (unknown) sender, an automated verification email is sent from Spam Arrest asking the sender to verify him or herself by clicking on an included link. This link will direct the sender to a webpage which states that Spam Arrest is being used to block unwanted emails, and instructs the sender to type in a short verification word clearly displayed on the page. Once a sender successfully completes this quick and easy process, all future emails from that sending address are Authorized and will be met with no further verification requests from Spam Arrest.

    Unverified emails remain stored on the Spam Arrest web site for 7 days, after which they are automatically deleted. You may choose to review these unverified messages at any time should you believe that a sender is not authorizing him or herself, and you may also pre-authorize senders and mailing lists by entering their email addresses individually or by uploading your address book.

    Subscribers also have the choice to Block senders. Email from Blocked senders is deleted at the Spam Arrest server level, so you never have to be bothered with knowing it was even there.
    When an email arrives from an Unauthorized (unknown) sender, an automated verification email is sent from Spam Arrest asking the sender to verify him or herself by clicking on an included link. This link will direct the sender to a webpage which states that Spam Arrest is being used to block unwanted emails, and instructs the sender to type in a short verification word clearly displayed on the page. Once a sender successfully completes this quick and easy process, all future emails from that sending address are Authorized and will be met with no further verification requests from Spam Arrest.
    Real people sending you real email receive the Spam Arrest Verification Request. Spammers use fake or invalid return email addresses and automated systems, which means that they never receive the Verification Request and so cannot verify themselves.
    The Unverified Mail Folder contains your Unverified emails from the last 7 days. You may view and authorize or delete any email in the Unverified Mail Folder. You can also pre-authorize individual email addresses or your entire address book in the Senders page. You may also pre-authorize mailing lists in the Mailing List page.
    Yes. You can authorize domains in the Senders page.
    You can authorize or block entire domains in the Senders page. You can filter by subject by using our Mail Delivery Rules.
    You can approve or block automated senders in your Unverified Mail folder. If you wish receive email from an automated address (such as orders@amazon.com), you can approve the automated address once and all future emails from that address will be passed through to your inbox.
    Most mailing lists send email using a special TO or CC address. For example, email to the mailing list classiccars@yahoogroups.com will be sent TO classiccars@yahoogroups.com. The individual recipients on the mailing list are BCCd. Add the TO or CC address you wish to authorize to the Mailing List page, and you will receive all the mailing list messages without requiring verification from all the individual list members.
    Because spammers frequently send spam using your own address as the source address, email that appears to originate from your own email address is blocked by default. You can override this function in the Options page.
    Subscribers my upload CSV (Comma-Separated Value) files in the Senders page. Most standard email programs are able to create CSV files via their “export” function. Consult your email software documentation for the most accurate instructions.

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