Wazoo Posted February 26, 2005 Share Posted February 26, 2005 Login to your Yahoo web-mail Click on --> Mail Options | Personalization | General Preferences Messages: Headers: - check "Show all headers on incoming messages" Security: - check "Block HTML graphics in email messages from being downloaded" Security: - also check "Warn me about sending information outside Yahoo!" Message Actions: Forwarding Messages: - check "Forward as an attachment" Save changes Go to Junk Mail / Trash Folder (or whatever folder the spam is in) Select E-mail Click on the Forward button itself (noting for future reference that there is a down arrow selector for In-Line/Attachment so that you can still forward In-Line for another purpose) Fill in the To: line with your SpamCop e-mail submittal address Click on Send If you are using the "new" Yahoo mail interface instead of the "classic" version, the following maybe a better approach: ....I hit upon the key sequence of Shift-Alt-F, it put the spam email right above where the email body would normally be, with a little 'x' next to it. ...Absolutely brilliant fragile, THANKS! Just to paraphrase, in the "new" Yahoo select spam in Yahoo Inbox (without opening) Shift-Alt-F to bring up forwarding screen enter To: SC submit address send go to member page to complete submission (or await SC confirmation mail and follow link) Yes, yes, it works! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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