1. Maximize Your Filter Use:
In Microsoft Outlook, for example, you can set up rules to send newsletters you subscribe to directly to a designated folder. When you find spam in your inbox, don’t just delete it. Select it, and tell your mail client that this particular message is spam.
2. Never respond to spam:
If you opened a spam because it appeared to be coming from a friend or co-worker, contact them immediately and let them know that their account has been compromised.
3. Hide your email address:
The more people who have your email address, the more spam you’re going to get. So keep your address close to your chest. Some unscrupulous companies and organizations sell lists of email addresses from their files. While this practice may seem unethical, you may unwittingly give a company permission to do this when you sign up with them.
4. Make Use of Email Security Measures
Setting up strong passwords is one of the most essential email security measures you can take. It ensures that only you can access and send messages from your email account.
5. Block and Report Spam
If your email provider offers these services, take advantage of them. You may think that deleting a spam message is enough, but all that does is remove one message from your inbox.
When you block messages from a certain sender, that sender cannot use that same email address to send you more messages. (Of course, there’s nothing that keeps them from continuing to spam you using a different email address.)
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