ICloud - block calendar $19.99 Ray Ban sunglasses spam?
I keep receiving invites on my iCloud calendar to some sort of online Rayban and Oakley sale for $19.99. It's obviously spam. It looks like they've invited people en masse as there are several other email addresses similar to mine on the invite.
How do I block this invite from popping up? How do I prevent this from happening again in the future. I don't want random people (or anyone) adding events to my calendar.
by erigad 6 years ago
How can I block a spam email address
by And Drewson 7 years ago
I know this may not be popular, but since HubPages is being hit with so much spam, possibly from certain countries, I suggest that HubPages block the IP ranges where many of these spammers reside.Other sites have done it and it successfully dropped the amount of submitted garbage quite a bit. ...
by Sabrina Yuquan Chen (陈玉泉) 4 years ago
Today out of a sudden, some crazy person began to comment on my most popular hub multiple times within short few minutes, and the contents are all meaningless and some are quite long.Is there a way to block someone from commenting on my hubs?Thanks!
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