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Most email programs offer filtering capabilities that allow you to block certain addresses or to allow only email from addresses on your contact list. Many ISPs also offer spam tagging services that allow the user the option to review supposed spam messages before they are deleted. Spam tagging can be useful in combination with filtering […]
Your choice of email addresses may affect the amount of spam you receive. Spammers send out millions of messages to probable name combinations at large ISPs and email services, hoping to find a valid address. Thus, a common name such as jdoe may get more spam than a more unique name like g28r03k9. Of course, […]
Be a responsible and considerate email user. Many people consider email forwards a type of spam, so be selective with the messages you redistribute. Don’t forward every message to everyone in your address book, and if recipients ask that you not forward messages to them, respect their requests.
You may not think much about top-level domains (TLDs), which include .com, .org and .net. Many new TLDs came online in the last few years, and a lot of them are connected with malicious activities like spam distribution. Be wary of .country, .stream and .download in particular, since they are almost exclusively suspicious.
Spam messages can account for between 50 and 60 percent of all email traffic, depending on the time of year. In addition to containing potentially hazardous content, at that volume they can also easily eat up your entire inbox capacity. Instead of waiting the normal 30 days for automatic deletion, consider manually mass-deleting them each […]
Spam is the electronic equivalent of junk mail. The term refers to unsolicited, bulk – and often unwanted – email. Most email clients offer ways to mark an email as spam or report instances of spam. Reporting spam will also help to prevent the messages from being directly delivered to your inbox.
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