I'm very happy with my yahoo account and the spam filters that it uses - however it filters spam, it does a great job of dumping it directly into a "bulk" folder so I don't have to see it. Strangely, most of the spam I get comes from me having my own website, so I got to wondering how the "autospam" thing actually works. Does it look for a "contact" page and then search for a link there? The reason I'm asking is because every so often, somebody I don't know tries to contact me through the "contact" page of my site, and these emails invariably get sent to the "Bulk" folder on yahoo...and since 99.9% of these messages are trying to rip me off or trying to sell me medications I am thankfully not yet in need of, I don't check that folder very often and just let those messages time out and get deleted. However, this means that I sometimes miss actual communication attempts from people who are interested in contacting me about the actual bass-related content of my site. Are there any tricks to get around this, so that an actual human who wants to contact me can be directed to my personal yahoo address, while the spam will be forwarded to the bulk folder?