• United States
16 Jan 08
Hi, Marketing. What e-mail do you use (Yahoo, AOL, Hotmail, other)? I have e-mail addresses with all three of the providers I mentioned above and they all have the option of putting spam marketing mail into a spam folder so that each time the spam gets sent to your e-mail, it will go directly into your spam folder. The only time you have to touch it is to empty that folder if you even go through the trouble. I've found this technique to work quite well. When you see that e-mail, choose "Mark as Spam" and you'll never see e-mail from that sender again (unless they have several addresses from that particular site at which time you would have to continue marking those as spam until it stops). Another thing you can do if you have more time is to open the spam e-mails and find the "Unsubscribe" link at the very bottom. Once you're unsubscribed, you shouldn't receive anymore e-mails. If you do, though, go through the same process until they stop. I know it seems very time consuming to go through these processes, but it's definitely solved the problems for me. My goal is to get my e-mail addresses off their lists as quickly as possible! I hope this method works for you also. Good luck!
16 Jan 08
I find gmail best when it comes to dealing with spam mails.I am so confident with it now that I delete all the spam mails without even reading the sender name.There are various options that you can set to filter content delivered to your inbox.When ever I mark an email as spam , I never receive it in the inbox again and it is automatically directed to spam mail folder.