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I keep receiving the following email. It changes the sender, and contents a little bit all the time, so my spam filter doesn't filter it out.

Is there any way to find this pattern to filter it out?

My=Friend-Is=Looking-ForYou~On=TheWeb?~She~Likes~Your~Photos .,.

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i tagged "" on the assumption you're using that on Mac OS X. go ahead and change it if you're using another email client. – quack quixote Apr 25 '10 at 20:30

Not that I have ever done this myself (I use gmail), if you are using in Mac OS, you can add a rule to move emails with that URL in them to your trash:

  If  ANY  of the following conditions are met:


  Perform the following actions:

   MOVE MESSAGE  to mailbox:  TRASH

You can add the rule by going into the menu bar and selecting Mail/Preferences and then in the preferences window, click on the "Rules" icon in the upper right area.

This assumes that the URL is a constant in these messages. If not, look for something else that is in common and set the rule to filter that.

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You should probably also enable junk mail filtering in preferences. If you can't find anything consistent to filter on, then you may have to go to a 3rd party anti-spam tool. I'm not familiar with what's available for the Mac, but I'm sure you can google for it. – Marnix A. van Ammers Apr 25 '10 at 23:01

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