Part 1 of this article (www.isitebuild.com/organizedemail) discussed how to efficiently organize your email so you can spend more time on building a profitable business.
One of most annoying aspects of dealing with incoming email is spam mail (unsolicited email). It fills up your email box, takes up your precious time, and seems to only get worse. You may even delete your personal or business email that was mistaken for spam mail.
This could result in lost business to you.
In Part 2 of this article you will discover solutions to help you stop spam mail. This allows you to spend more time building a profitable business.
Apart from just hitting delete button each day here are some timesaving solutions:
1. Use filters or message rules of your email client.
a) In outlook express (since it is most popular email client) go to tools - message rules - mail - mail rules - new
b) Under "select conditions for your rule", check "where subject line contains specific words".
c) Under "select actions for your rule" check "delete it".
d) Under "rule description" click on "contains specific words" - enter words or phrases that you never wish to receive again.
e) Under "name of rule" provide an appropriate name for rule ie JUNK.
f) Click OK
Creating this JUNK rule will automatically delete emails containing specific words or phrases you entered.
There are many other rules you can apply (ie move certain messages to specific folders automatically), depending on what you need.
Here are a couple of web sites that list phrases and keywords frequently used in spam mail:
2. Use anti-spam software.
You can install software either on your computer (client side) or on your web host (server side).
a) Client Side - software that resides on your computer.