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Re: Warning help for AOL users Delete if not AOL


In a message dated 1/7/01 10:41:45 PM Eastern Standard Time, NardaA@aol.com
writes:

Narda,

I think you went back to AOL 5.0 but on 6.0 click on the KEYWORD button and
type in MAIL CONTROLS.  It walks you thru some screens that allow you to type
in any of the addresses that have shown up in your box thus far.  I just put
in SEXYFUN which is the address that the Snow White mail originates from.  I
also forward any spam mail to   TOSSPAM. You will find info on what to do
with what  at AOL keyword  JUNK MAIL.
Hope this helps,

Carol in CT z6/5




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