One of the best tricks to stop spam e-mail from reaching your inbox is by creating a disposable e-mail address. I’ve used a Gmail account for spam for a long time, but recently, many services have popped up which serve exclusively to route spam to. Some of these services provide RSS feeds of e-mail, others let you forward e-mail to your real account. Some require registration, some don’t. See what works best for you,
I personally recommend Gmail. It has a great spam filter, and a ton of features. Here is a great signature generator if you have gmail. The sigs it produces are very pleasant.
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i use http://www.spaml.com as my primary disposable email service.
I’m a gmail user myself and they have the best spam filter I’ve seen. It always seems to get it right – allows the messages I want to get through but throws all the junk spam into the right folder. You’ve got a great list of resources there!
What a great idea. I had no clue such servies existed.
Oh yea, and lots of ’em.
They come in handy quite often. 🙂
Very handy and brilliant – adding this to next week’s weekly wrap up.
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😐 itz Really Cool and Useful Tool
I use http://www.selfdestructingmail.com â€” They offer temporary email addresses that last for 30 minutes with the option to subscribe to a RSS feed for that disposable email alias. You can reply to emails as well.