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No Help, Just Screwed Out Of Money
Posted by Boredbob on 02/03/2009
DENVER, COLORADO -- I am still having the same problem I tried to have fixed last month, when you raped me for $27.30 (12-30-08 ) !

I want to upgrade this computer to XP-Pro, SP-3 .

But when I do, it screws up my juno email !

This is what I am seeing:

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"Unable to display e-mail message"
"Juno 5.0 Juno is unable to display this email message."
"This is most likely due to a problem with the sender's e-mail software."

It appears all the the messages I have restored are there but I am only seeing the headers only and no messages. I am also receiving e-mails and can only see the header and no body of the message...just the "Juno is unable to display this e-mail message."

I have looked on GOOGLE under JUNO 5.0 Juno is unable to display this e-mail message and nothing comes back on this problem..

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I figure that you owe me !

I've been a customer for a number of years .

This is the FIRST TIME I've asked you for help !

AND what did you do ?

You screwed me out of $27.30 !

NO HELP, NO SOLUTIONS .

It's not a good business practice to screw your loyal customers !

Bob

     
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Posted by Soaring Consumer on 2009-02-03:
Dispute the charge with your credit card company.

If they are unable to make their software work with the current Windows version, it is time to switch to a new email provider.
Posted by MRM on 2009-02-03:
I didnt know Juno is still around.
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-02-03:
I Googled and found postings including one identical to yours.

Two possible solutions.
1. Reinstall Juno. Note that you may lose your folders, make a copy of folders.
2. Uninstall SP3.

Juno advertises quite a bit on TV. They even offer DSL.
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Spam blocking by email service Netzero.
Posted by Creditwrench on 07/25/2004
I bought and paid cash for 1 year of Netzero premium internet email service. I got their most expensive package. Then I started getting notices from tham that some emails had been blocked by their spam email blockers. I am totally outraged by this action for the simple reason that once an email is addressed to me it is my property and I and I alone have the sole right to determine what I shall or shall not receive, read, delete or do with as I see fit. I am just as angered by the deluge of emails as everyone else is but it is obvious that not even the United States government with all of it's might and power has been able to do anything whatever to stop the ever growing flood of spam so what makes Netzero think they are better at the game than the government is?

I am being damaged by their illegal controls and feeble attempts to do something about spam, porn and all the rest of the never ending junk emails.

I fully intend to take them to federal court if necessary to put a stop to this intrusion upon my rights and my privacy.

Creditwrench.
     
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Posted by compwiz on 2004-07-25:
Your e-mail probably has functions and settings to control the spam and such. Before you talk about all this government and lawyer nonsense, try just calling the tech support
Posted by creditwrench on 2004-07-26:
I've sent them lots of emails complaining about them trying to control my emails with their attempts to stop spam. All I get back are silly answers that deny that any of my emails are affected while in the next breath telling me they will continue to do so whether I like it or not.
Posted by altikaka on 2004-08-29:
I believe that a new approach is needed to reduce spam - Play the spammers at their own game. Get yourself a fresh credit card with a new number, by telling the card company you have lost your old card (or whatever). Make sure your old credit card is canceled, then respond to the spam by completing the order form (there usually is one) with details of your now defunct credit card, plus fake name, address and other false data. If only half-a-million people did that to each and every email, someone would get p---ed off fairly quickly. It might even provide you with some fun for a week or two. And hopefully the spam might go down.
Posted by voiceoff on 2007-04-06:
Did you set your email to have parental controls on it, inadvertantly?
Posted by David on 2013-10-10:
Longshot but... maybe the "blocked spam" notices are themselves spam, sent not from NetZero but a competitor.
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