N/APosted on - 09/25/2011
I get several spam emails I don’t Know where they come from or how they even get sent to my email. Some contain viruses to be downloaded yet others are just plain texts. I have on several occasions unsubscribed to the sites that send them yet I still receive them. How can I completely ensure that such mails don’t even get through to my mail.
I need to stop Spam Mails
To stop Spam mails from getting into your system, you may install an anti-spam software to your computer. But not all the spam mails can be detected by these softwares. Other things that you can do to prevent spam is to use the Filter option when using the MS Outlook. Update your filter regularly and set it to High. You should also disguise your email addresses when using it on group chats or bulletin boards. Spammers will get the exact characters that you keyed in but will not be able to interpret it to your correct emails since they are also using softwares. When registering to websites, be careful in checking the boxes especially regarding the type of emails you want to receive from them. You should also use different emails for different purposes. Using your personal email for business is as good as subscribing to Spam. You can also use disposable email addresses that sends real mail to your real email address. Once spam gets sent to your disposable email, you only have to disable it and create a new one. This will not affect your real email.
I need to stop Spam Mails
Spam email is annoying, you already unsubscribe to them yet they are still sending you email. This is their way to advertise and or steal personal information from you.
The way to stop receiving spam email is to treat the message as spam.
In webmail, whenever someone sends you spam email, they hide the email address for you not to see it. But there is a way to check where it did came from. By going to View Source from their, email address is displayed.
You can block the email address by going to settings and set the email address as spam, block and send a report to your ISP provider.
Most ISP provider has spam filtering in their network. They let their subscriber to send and or forward the email to the email address from them who handles spam and filtered them out.
On email client, you just need to click on this is a spam button in the upper part, where the list of icons/toolbars located. If you have a security software, then you can also set that software to filtered all messages coming in. Most Security software has spam filtering, this filtered email messages coming in.