Eversince I created DigitalFilipino.com, nearly five years ago, I find it interesting to witness how much spam has grown through time. Nearly 90% of the emails I received per day is spam.
For the newbie, here are some suggestions on how you can prevent the same predicament I went through.
Have several email addresses
In order to promote my website, I sign a lot of guestbooks and joined discussion group using my primary email address, firstname.lastname@example.org. As a result, this address became so exposed to email harvesting software that result to my current predicament.
Today, I have four email addresses. I use email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org as a public address. Yahoo and Gmail offers great spam filtering service that I have been able to take advantage of. Two more email addresses for private transactions between DigitalFilipino.com club members and clients.
There are several anti-spam tools available today. So far, I'm using 0spam to block most of the spams I get in my business email address.
There are also several anti-spam server tools that you can check out for Windows. This sample chapter from the book Anti-Spam Toolkit can be of further information to you.
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