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How do i stop/block some mails (without unsubscribe link) from getting to my email inbox again?



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How do i stop/block some mails (without unsubscribe link) from getting to my email inbox again?

Please i have a serious issue here of which i need a solution to it. i do get some messages in my inbox of which i did not subscribe for . i don't just know how they manage to get my email address to keep sending me messages to my inbox.
And the most annoying part is that if i want to unsubscribe from getting such messages, i do not see any unsubscribe link at the buttom of the message. please how do i stop them for they are becoming a nuisance to my email inbox.
ANY IDEA?

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MusicMoguls

You can always set up a rule for these kinds of messages. In Google you have the option of creating a rule to send any kind of emails to any folder you specify automatically when it comes in. This prevents your inbox from being clogged with unimportant or less important emails. Which email provider are you using? Are the emails coming in more frequently than normal or what? What kind of emails are they spam, newsletters? The reason i ask is because sometimes when i set up a rule for some kind of newsletters they still find a way to creep back in some how. I hope my answer helped you if it did great! If you have figured out a solution please share it with us! Thank you for sharing!




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Lynne

Abid I have never been able to successfully figure out how to set up rules. I must be quite slow LOL




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Lynne

I think the only thing you can do is mark those email addresses as spam so that they bypass your inbox next time and go straight to your spam folder in future.

I also find that so annoying when people add me to a list that I never signed up for and there is no unsubscribe link. It really pisses me off.




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Lynne

I just did a quick search, maybe this is an option, to report those email addresses?

https://www.spamcop.net/anonsignup.shtml




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procoder

The most important thing is to identify from they're coming in, because you can report these emails as spam from your email provider but it doesn't mean that you will totally stop them if your email address shared somewhere. For example, if your email address is placed on your website, they will scrape it automatically without even know about your website, so to avoid this happening you should make your email unscannable by these softwares/scripts. I hate to say, but a spammer will always find a way to bypass spam filters, specially when your email address is in their list, personally I've been spammed a lot with different emails but with the same content. However, you can set up rules for any kind of email that you don't want to receive again in your inbox, that is the only way.




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EliteWriter

That is really irritating. I have also had a case where there was an unsubscribe link but it did not really work. You could try to mark those emails as spam, so that at least next time they go to your spam folder.




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Cristian

I just mark them as spam if I don't remember registering or subscribing to a certain newsletter. Most websites nowadays automatically subscribe you to their newsletter without even asking as soon as you register an account. I get around 50 useless emails every day from these sites, I don't always have the time to find that tiny unsubscribe button so I just delete them.

Marking them as spam can have serious consciences to their emails because if enough people are doing it they may be put on a spam list, so I try avoiding marking them as spam unless it really is spam content.




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Corzhens

I am using Yahoo mail and it has a filter function to identify emails. You can block a particular sender by using the filter. When the email arrives, it will not go to the inbox nor in the spam folder (bulk mail) because it will be blocked. Or if you want, you can collect that unsavory email by creating a folder and pointing to that folder as the destination (instead of blocking the said email).




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