Dear Customers,

There is a huge issue of incoming email spam issue happening worldwide almost in every server platform.

To fight this issue we can implement or follow a few suggestions which are given below.

1. Train your filter

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. How you do this depends on your client. For instance, if you’re using Gmail’s website, click the Report spam button in the toolbar.
If your mail client is halfway decent, it will learn from these mistakes…but only if you train it.

2. Never respond to spam

If you recognize something as spam before you open it, don’t open it. If you open it and then realize it’s spam, close it. Do not click a link or a button, or download a file, from a message that you even remotely suspect is 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.

Don’t publish it on the web unless you absolutely have to. And if you have to, use a different address for that purpose.

4. Use a third-party anti-spam filter

Most of the major security suites come with an anti-spam filter that can augment the one on your client—but only if that client is local. In other words, they can work with Office’s Outlook program, but not with Outlook.com. We do provide incoming email filter for domains however it is paid.

5. Change your email address

This is a very drastic option, but if you’ve responded to spam in the past or haven’t hidden your address, and are therefore overloaded with spam, it may be your best option.

Of course, you’ll have to inform your legitimate contacts about the change, and you’ll probably have to keep both addresses for a few months. But once you can get rid of the old address, your spam count should plummet.

To be honest, even if you do use the best email filtering mechanism for your domain or have the best email service provider you will still get spam emails. You can only reduce incoming email spam but cannot ever completely stop incoming spam to your domain.

 

Regards,
Team Hostcats
08067006060 : Ex 3
Support@hostcats.com

 



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