It is now possible for a spam free inbox
Spam is a source of irritation. It’s an email that you have received that you did not intend nor want to receive. It may just be offensive or simply in the form of an advertisement offering services or drugs to cure many types of issues.
You may receive one nuisance mail a day or many hundreds.
Just who sends these out and why can they not be stopped easily by the authorities?
First the source may be legitimate. There are some companies that feel that you would benefit from this junk mail from their third party partners or they may even have sold your email address to a group of interested companies. You may have agreed to them passing on your details because you failed to read the End User Licence Agreement and did not opt out and on the subject of opting out you may find that you are required to tick in a box or cunningly un-tick a box.
You may have gone to a site for free software and within the free download was a Trojan that has scanned your Pc and having found your email details has then broadcast them for all and sundry.
Viewing porn is fraught with pitfalls and a never ending source of Trojans, malware and scanning software that opens your machine up to abuse by the baddies of this world.
So having fell victim to a spammer what can you or should you do to stop the mails.
If the mail is from a reasonable or respectable company then near the bottom of the mail is an opt out or unsubscribe button which you use the deregister yourself from this particular mail but be aware that the nastier spammers exploit this unsubscribe button and process and you will find that the number of spam mails increases rather than decreases.
Change your email slightly and notify all those that you trust of your new address then the spammers will receive your old email’s back as undelivered mail and they will stop sending then because they soon run out of bandwidth with too many returned mails.
Your Internet supplier has spam filters that you may be able to adjust. Depending on your email handler, programs such as Outlook have the potential for you to set definite rules for your mail so that any mail that arrives that does match your requirements it can be deleted or pushed to one side then checked for malware, Trojans or viruses.
You could opt for an independent program such as FireTrust’s Mailwasher which does all the work for you.
It downloads the headers for the mail to give you a chance to sort out the good from the bad and being an intelligent program learns and remembers your choices then downloads the good mails and either deletes the spam or sends it back to the spammer.
The program gives you a chance to view any mails marked spam without giving the spam a chance to activate on your Pc and to ensure that no good mails are removed.
I use this program myself to check all mail and deal with any spam that is sent through.
See for yourself how good this program is by clicking this link which will take you to the main page to purchase this great solution.