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5 Tips on How to Avoid Spam Emails

Published on 6/23/2019
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We all know how frustrating are the spam -junk- emails. They fill up our email inbox and make us waste precious time cleaning them up. To make matter worse, these spam sometimes come with viruses or worms that make your system collapse.

Minimizing the amount of spam to your inbox equates to making it increasingly difficult for spammers to continue in their line of work. This not only benefits us but also the internet community.

Apart from a reliable spam filter software or plugin for your email client, there are still a few more things we should do to kill spam. Here are five simple tips to cut down on spam.

1. Don’t Unsubscribe to Spam.

This is a smart tactic by spammers to find out whether email accounts are active. We have all come across official newsletters or advertisements where we have the option to unsubscribe to them if we do not wish to receive further emails from them.

Just when we thought we have the choice of ‘unsubscribing’ to spam, the spammers make use of that to notify themselves whether our account is spam-worthy.

What should we do then? Don’t reply to them at all. If we suspect that an email is spam rather than a legitimate one, delete the message or report it as spam.

When we don’t respond to such spam, spammers will treat it as the email account has not been in use for a while and thus no one will read their spam. They will more likely to strike us off from the spam list and we might not receive any more from them.

2. Don’t Reveal Your Email

Bots might harvest emails on the net wherever they could find the addresses listed in the text. This includes forums, social media sites, websites, blogs, etc. One solution is to avoid posting your email address, but that might be rather inconvenient if you want people to contact you.

Another solution is to edit your email address in the manner that these bots won’t identify it and capture it.

You can simply remove the ‘@’ from your email address because that’s what those bots look for when they are searching for emails. If you ever wondered why some people put their email address in the format of xxxxxx (at) xxxxx (dot) com, It’s precisely because they want to avoid being a victim of spam.

We can also make our email address appear as an image so that there’s no way these irritating bots could make out our address.

3. Reporting Spam

Minimizing the number of unsolicited emails to our inbox is a good thing, but why not make it great if we can lessen it for everyone else in the internet community? Simply direct spam to a spam reporting service site and they will do what is needed to prevent the spammer from spamming anyone else.

Basically, such a site would report to the hosting company of the email used by the spammer, where the hosting company would subsequently stop these spammers.

SpamCop is a free spam reporting service that allows victims of spam to report spammers to their Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and sometimes their web host. All we need to do is to create an account with them and send reports to them in the way they indicate.

4. Use a Distinct Email Account

One way to automatically channel your spam away from your inbox is to create one email address which we will only give out when we register online any products we buy or download. We’ll never know if these companies sell a database of the email addresses they collected to anyone else, including spammers.

In any case, this separate inbox will house all the advertisements and what-not which most of us wouldn’t want to see it on a regular basis. The original email address which you access daily can then be used for personal and work emails, with the amount of spam minimized (or directed away).

5. Disable HTML in Email

For more advanced spam, the content can be written in HTML format and contain JavaScript programs that direct the user to an advertised page, thus successfully delivering what it was meant to deliver: the spam content.

The more problematic spam could even contain web bugs and install spyware unknowingly to the user’s computer system.

Most email programs today like Microsoft Outlook offers the option of disabling HTML upon receipt of any of such email messages. It is a good idea to do that because this would prevent any unauthorized installation or activation of programs via what is embedded in the HTML content.

Once we see that the sender and the plain text content seems suspicious enough to consider it a junk email, we can delete it before any damage is done.

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