January 4, 2010 at 4:13 pm #28900247timeParticipant
I am using Gmail for emails. I accidentally registered a site. I got ton of email from that site. There is no unsubscribe option in that mail. Anyway stop this mails. If yes then please help me stop that unwanted email.June 26, 2012 at 7:26 am #32757gladiolusParticipant
Gmail does permit you to make a filters that will send messages directly to the trash folder so they do not clutter up your inbox.. This will efficiently prevent you from having to view messages from the specific email address.December 21, 2012 at 9:37 am #32758guptaabhijit318Participant
Just create a filter to send the email to trash, there by the sender wonâ€™t know that you are not reading it. If you block, usually sender comes to know of it and can send u mail from different mail id.April 24, 2013 at 9:48 am #32759samyParticipant
Using secure email provider that provides fool proof security and spam filter. As per my experience email.biz provides both security features.May 18, 2013 at 5:46 am #32760bhavParticipant
The incredulous junk mail problem. Here are some possible solutions for you.Automatic FiltersThere should be a junk or Spam mail setting for you e-mail provider somewhere in your Account Settings. You can put it on a stricter setting, but if a friend e-mails you with any kind of bad word, you'll have to go looking for it or generally keep an eye on your Junk Mail folder. I'm not always a fan of doing this, mainly because you end up having to skim through the crud you're going to delete anyways.FiltersAnother option is to use Custom filters (by Subject or Body). This is helpful on your provider's end, and especially versatile in Outlook or another e-mail client, if you use one. Email.biz have certain phrases that you can have sent to the trash.For example, in my Email.biz email service providers settings, if anything has the wrong words or bad words , it is guaranteed to go to my Spam Mail folder. That has cut down (literally) half of my junk mail.Spam AccountsAnother option is to technically ditch the account and use it as a Spam mail. Since e-mails are generally free and easy to use, I have moved all the accounts (from various websites that require an e-mail) that point to my personal account and have it sent to my Spam mail, including signing up for these forums. Every time I sign up for something, I have my e-mail sent to this Spam Mail account.[URL=http://"https://www.email.biz"]Access Email from Anywhere[/URL] | [URL=http://"https://www.email.biz"]Create Shortest Email ID[/URL] | [URL=http://"https://www.email.biz"]make your own email address[/URL]December 27, 2013 at 11:25 am #32761ErnestoParticipant
Open the mail which you want to block. At the bottom of the mail you'll see “unsubscribe”. Just click on. You won't receive any mail from that person anymore.
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