[SPAM] appearing in subject line.

Posted on 2007-07-22
Last Modified: 2012-08-14
My emails coming in are marked with [SPAM] in the subject, reguardless of who sent them.  This happens with both Microsoft Email and Thunderbird.  Anyone know why.  Doesnt do it on my work computer only my DELL Vista Laptop at home.
Question by:drews77
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    Accepted Solution

    Does your email supplier have a Spam Assassin or some sort of SPAM filter that you are unaware of?

    Do you have a spam filter installed? Possibly built in to a Security Suite.

    Author Comment

    Yes, it was part of Mcafee's SPAM protection
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    Expert Comment

    Thanks and glad to help.

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