http://mymessages.wireless.att.com/ spam block bug

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http://mymessages.wireless.att.com/ spam block bug

Hi,

 

I have buy a pay as you go and as soon i activated it i get three messages from 36245 coming from the same web site, so I have discover that come from messages send as email at mynumber@txt.att.net so I have tried http://mymessages.wireless.att.com/ to block all messages coming from email address.

 

But later I get a new message from the same web site, so I have tried to go on the website to try to unsuscribe the email mynumber@txt.att.net but they have no record of it.

 

So I research on this issue on the forum and I have found old thread in 2008 talking about that and saying message send at mynumber@mobile.mycingular.net bypass the protection. So I have tried to unsuscribe mynumber@mobile.mycingular.net on the sending website and hopefully that have worked.

 

So if somebody of at&t see that I think that would be a good idea to fix it. And better would be to disable the old aliases of Cingular for new customers, I think I am not the only one who don't want to get all the previous subscriptions of a previous number owner made years ago (it seems Cingular became at&t in 2007).

 

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Shaga wrote:

Hi,

    I have buy a pay as you go and as soon i activated it i get three messages from 36245 coming from the same web site, so I have discover that come from messages send as email at mynumber@txt.att.net so I have tried http://mymessages.wireless.att.com/ to block all messages coming from email address.

    But later I get a new message from the same web site, so I have tried to go on the website to try to unsuscribe the email mynumber@txt.att.net but they have no record of it.

    So I research on this issue on the forum and I have found old thread in 2008 talking about that and saying message send at mynumber@mobile.mycingular.net bypass the protection. So I have tried to unsuscribe mynumber@mobile.mycingular.net on the sending website and hopefully that have worked.

    So if somebody of at&t see that I think that would be a good idea to fix it. And better would be to disable the old aliases of Cingular for new customers, I think I am not the only one who don't want to get all the previous subscriptions of a previous number owner made years ago (it seems Cingular became at&t in 2007).


    Another thing to do is to reply to the message with the word stop in the message as well.

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05-29-2010 07:56:02 PM

Hi,

I have buy a pay as you go and as soon i activated it i get three messages from 36245 coming from the same web site, so I have discover that come from messages send as email at mynumber@txt.att.net so I have tried http://mymessages.wireless.att.com/ to block all messages coming from email address.

But later I get a new message from the same web site, so I have tried to go on the website to try to unsuscribe the email mynumber@txt.att.net but they have no record of it.

So I research on this issue on the forum and I have found old thread in 2008 talking about that and saying message send at mynumber@mobile.mycingular.net bypass the protection. So I have tried to unsuscribe mynumber@mobile.mycingular.net on the sending website and hopefully that have worked.

So if somebody of at&t see that I think that would be a good idea to fix it. And better would be to disable the old aliases of Cingular for new customers, I think I am not the only one who don't want to get all the previous subscriptions of a previous number owner made years ago (it seems Cingular became at&t in 2007).
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