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Q: How can I unsubscribe from all mailing spam

8 weeks 2 days ago in  General  - China

 
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You can't. Once they've got you, you can never escape. They own you now - probably even paid money for your email address and soul  - and the rest of your life will be spent receiving stupid advertising and letters from Nigerian princes. When you die they'll be lining up to claim your organs, in fact if you have a rare blood type you should probably start looking over your shoulder and being more suspicious of strangers.

 

 What you should have done is have a few throwaway email addresses you use solely for registering on websites likely to spam you but it sounds like it's too late for that, you're doomed.

DPG up and WR down.. - Casual Purple - WoTLabs Forum

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It depends from where you're receiving it from ... and what kind of the puter/OS you're using it.

 

I have MBP without Windows OS ... and once I mark certain email as a spam, next time it lands directly into the Spam folder and gets deleted automatically after few days.

 

If I receive email from the site I subscribed to, i.e. I gave them my email address, I must unsubscribe first and emails stop after that.

 

I don't know how Windows based machines operate ...

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try using a serach engine to ask this question.

asking on a China specific forum does not impress.

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I just received a message alleging that i am a spammer. can anyone enlighten me as to how and when I spammed?

SHOW ME THE EVIDENCE
Other that me flagging a spammer recently.....?

 

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You can't. Once they've got you, you can never escape. They own you now - probably even paid money for your email address and soul  - and the rest of your life will be spent receiving stupid advertising and letters from Nigerian princes. When you die they'll be lining up to claim your organs, in fact if you have a rare blood type you should probably start looking over your shoulder and being more suspicious of strangers.

 

 What you should have done is have a few throwaway email addresses you use solely for registering on websites likely to spam you but it sounds like it's too late for that, you're doomed.

DPG up and WR down.. - Casual Purple - WoTLabs Forum

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