1.    03 Jan 2010 #1
    wim Guest

    how to find a single word in Live Mail ?



    I am having this problem : since a few days, I'm receiving the same spam
    mail by hundreds per day. In the subject header, it reads : "hi" (without
    the brackets). Since my spamfilter does not stop the mail and I am not able
    to construct and use a message rule (this is message seems to protect itself
    against that), the only thing I can do, is receive the mails and then filter
    them out, using the search function.
    But when I type in the search box for header : "hi", it returns not only the
    spam messages, but also all the messages that contain "hi" as part of a
    word, e.g. "highway".
    How can u use the search-function that this does not happen ?

    many thanks,
    Wim

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  2.    03 Jan 2010 #2
    Ron Sommer Guest

    Re: how to find a single word in Live Mail ?


    Click on the header column, Subject.
    All the hi Subjects will be sorted together.
    --
    Ron Sommer
    MS MVP-Mail

    "wim" <wimvm@newsgroup> wrote in message
    news:1p%%m.74161$ex7.21544@newsgroup

    >
    > I am having this problem : since a few days, I'm receiving the same spam
    > mail by hundreds per day. In the subject header, it reads : "hi" (without
    > the brackets). Since my spamfilter does not stop the mail and I am not
    > able to construct and use a message rule (this is message seems to protect
    > itself against that), the only thing I can do, is receive the mails and
    > then filter them out, using the search function.
    > But when I type in the search box for header : "hi", it returns not only
    > the spam messages, but also all the messages that contain "hi" as part of
    > a word, e.g. "highway".
    > How can u use the search-function that this does not happen ?
    >
    > many thanks,
    > Wim
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  3.    03 Jan 2010 #3
    wim Guest

    Re: how to find a single word in Live Mail ?


    Thank u !!


    "Ron Sommer" <rsommer@newsgroup> schreef in bericht
    news:eLTgNAHjKHA.5604@newsgroup

    > Click on the header column, Subject.
    > All the hi Subjects will be sorted together.
    > --
    > Ron Sommer
    > MS MVP-Mail
    >
    > "wim" <wimvm@newsgroup> wrote in message
    > news:1p%%m.74161$ex7.21544@newsgroup

    >>
    >> I am having this problem : since a few days, I'm receiving the same spam
    >> mail by hundreds per day. In the subject header, it reads : "hi"
    >> (without the brackets). Since my spamfilter does not stop the mail and I
    >> am not able to construct and use a message rule (this is message seems to
    >> protect itself against that), the only thing I can do, is receive the
    >> mails and then filter them out, using the search function.
    >> But when I type in the search box for header : "hi", it returns not only
    >> the spam messages, but also all the messages that contain "hi" as part of
    >> a word, e.g. "highway".
    >> How can u use the search-function that this does not happen ?
    >>
    >> many thanks,
    >> Wim
    >
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  4.    03 Jan 2010 #4
    Robert Aldwinckle Guest

    Re: how to find a single word in Live Mail ?




    "wim" <wimvm@newsgroup> wrote in message news:1p%%m.74161$ex7.21544@newsgroup

    >
    > I am having this problem : since a few days, I'm receiving the same spam
    > mail by hundreds per day. In the subject header, it reads : "hi" (without
    > the brackets). Since my spamfilter does not stop the mail and I am not able
    > to construct and use a message rule (this is message seems to protect itself
    > against that), the only thing I can do, is receive the mails and then filter
    > them out, using the search function.
    > But when I type in the search box for header : "hi", it returns not only the
    > spam messages, but also all the messages that contain "hi" as part of a
    > word, e.g. "highway".

    > How can u use the search-function that this does not happen ?

    At least you are getting words which start with those letters.
    If you used the "Find Message" feature (Ctrl-Shift-F)
    you would be getting words which contain hi not just start
    with those letters. However, when you use that Find tool
    you can filter by field and re-sort your results the same way
    that Ron described.


    >
    > many thanks,
    > Wim
    >
      My System SpecsSystem Spec


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