There are a few things that you need to do.
First of all, download and run Spybot S&D from safer-networking.org.
Secondly, go into your control panel, internet options, and on the ADVANCED tab, reset Internet Explorer’s default settings.
Lastly, Go to Start > Programs (Or all programs on XP) >Mozilla Firefox > Firefox (Safe Mode). At the prompt, reset Firefox back to default.
This should take care of whatever issues that you have.
Also, consider changing your anti-virus to AVG Free. It helps to keep spyware and viruses under control. Get it (for FREE) from free.grisoft.com.
All such identical adverts went straight to spam previous to my computer home page being reset by a BT agent in India on Thursday 28 January.
Usually just clicking on SPAM when you receive the message will direct it to your SPAM FOLDER and any subsequesnt emails from this person will go there…if that doesn’t work try below….
If you are using yahoo classic OR all new mail…..
Go to “Options” It is above your email
Click on “Mail Options”
Click on SPAM
Enter the address you want to block
Click on “Add Block”
On occasion the sender changes their name BEFORE @ so block that DOMAIN the following way…
If you are receiving several emails from the same domain, but various ID’s, the easiest way to stop them is to enter the domain into your “Blocked Addresses”.
In Yahoo! mail, to block the senders domain (hotmail.com):
◘ Click on “Options, upper right corner of mail page”.
◘ Then “Mail Options”.
◘ Click on “Spam” from the list on the left.
◘ In the “Add a blocked address” box, enter the domain (only the part of the email address AFTER @, do not include @). Note: I have recently seen where you should have the @ included…try them both.
◘ Click the “Add” button.
Now, any email from that domain, no matter what ID is used to send it, will be blocked.
FINALLY…do not forget to click on SAVE CHANGES at the top of the page……
In addition you can use your FILTERS to send them to trash.
…..click on OPTIONS…MAIL OPTIONS…go to the left side and click on FILTERS…once in click on CREATE OR EDIT FILTERS…then click on ADD…place the site in the box and click on ADD FILTERS..NOTE; this was the only way I could get rid of Yahoo!groups..