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You can go one step further than having the message sent to the trash bin-Outlook Express, and I'm sure other email clients are the same, can be configured to delete the message from the Comcast server when mail downloads to OE. The message will not show up in your deleted mail, it will vanish into a black hole in cyberspace.
keltic1der1969 wrote:You have can setup message rules, so when a certain email sends emails to you, you can have it go right to the trash bin.
Message Edited by Queen-Evie on 11-29-200611:35 AM
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