10 Tips To Reduce Spam

Spam, also known as junk e-mail, involves nearly identical messages sent to numerous recipients by e-mail. A common synonym for spam is unsolicited bulk e-mail (UBE). Definitions of spam usually include the aspects that email is unsolicited and sent in bulk. “UCE” refers specifically to unsolicited commercial e-mail.In this post, I will give you the best 10 tips to reduce spam in your inbox.

  1. Don’t Publish Your Email-id On Your Website
    Publishing your email-id on your website or blog means making your inbox open for all. This should be discouraged.
  2. Make a Separate Email-id For Social Connectivity
    We all are engaged with different forums and social networking sites. But you should not sign/register to them using a single email-id. I will reccomend you to make a separate email-id meant specifically for this purpose.
  3. Don’t Hesitate to Report Spam
    One should not encourage spammers by not reporting their mails as spam. Whenever you get an unwanted mail, immediately report them spam.
  4. Block unwanted Sender
    You should block the spammer to avoid junk mails entering the inbox.
  5. Don’t Respond To Any Unknonwn Mail
    responding to the unknown mails will help the spammer to grow its network.

  6. Don’t Deal With Companies That Spam
    You should avoid dealing with companies or websites that spam a lot.
  7. Don’t Use Simple Email-id’s
    Simple email-id’s are more prone to get the huge amount of spam. Email-id’s like yourname@gmail.com should be avoided.
  8. Filter Your Inbox
    Always apply a filter to inbox mailing preferences.
  9. Avoid Sending Bulk Emails Using TO or CC
    Charity begins at home. You should also avoid sending bulk mails .
  10. Change Your Email-id
    This would be the last option if you still recieve a large amount of spam.

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