I have a Yahoo account that is STILL getting those bogus "Microsoft" virus posts. Since my account name was used to send these out (not from my account, just using the name since I used my Yahoo account to post on Usenet newsgroups and it was harvested) I'm getting a lot of bounce backs from systems that "I" sent the virus to (geez!). Each one seems to be either 142k or 154k. I long ago set up a folder to route anything with "Microsoft" in the header to the Trash. Every day when I go to check my Yahoo account, I'm over quota, even if most of the spam is in my Trash or Bulk folder, which means that legitimate mail is bouncing sometimes. It ticks me off that Yahoo counts Trash and Bulk folder contents toward the quota, but I can't bitch too much because, after all, it's free. Several weeks ago, before this latest spam attack, I was close to upgrading my Yahoo e-mail account. Now, I don't want to out of principle. They have no incentive to stop spam, because it FORCES people to upgrade. I won't upgrade like that. I have several folders set up from past work projects and mailing lists I was involved in. I don't want to lose those contents, but if I get rid of them it will help keep my current mail from bouncing if I can't check my Yahoo account every day. (Quota for a free account is 6MG, and with all spam deleted I'm still using 67% of it). Short of individually forwarding each and every message I've got stored (hundreds of messages!) is there any way to bulk download this stuff, so I can have them locally, and delete them from the Yahoo account? I've looked and looked on Yahoo Help and can't find anything.