Spam, how to fight it?
• Manchester, England
3 Nov 06
I get my fair share (Or is it unfair share) of spam like most people do. It does annoy me that people living in another country have the audacity to send me unsolicited mail asking of I would like to buy steroids or have my manhood increased. I have not found a realistic solution to this and simply delete them. Anti spam filters are something that I have never tried, and I would be reluctant because of the possibility of having genuine emails lost as you suggested. Some of my friends have often changed their email provider and this could be a real problem with anti spam filtering.
3 Nov 06
I actually manage around 16 different e-mail accounts as I am a professional web developer. I have implemented spam assassin (in my opinion one of the best anti spam softwares around) on all my servers but that alone is not enough. I had to set rules that delete all tagged e-mails as I can't seem to get auto-delete functions to work. Oh well, I can say I'm winning the war with spam though as I now receive "only" 21 unsolicited e-mails per day compared to 120 per day some months ago.
• Aguanga, California
24 Nov 15
These are ways you can fight spam mail that keep annoying you because these could result in malware, virus or scam or adware that may infect your PC and steal all your personal information which would put you in danger. 1. Don’t Unsubscribe to Spam 2. Don’t Reveal Your Email 3. Reporting Spam 4. Use a Distinct Email Account 5. Disable HTML in Email 6. Use Comodo Antispam Filter You can get free Antispam filter here
Comodo Antispam Gateway is a cloud based software that provides gateway filtering of email and ensure a clean mail stream is delivered to your end users.