Top 10 tips to avoid the spam mails in hosting

Siliconhouse provides the complete solution for spam mails in hosting. The spam mails are avoid by using the spam filters , munging and so on..

1. Munging.

A simple but effective technique where you present your address in a way that people can easily work out but which will fool spambots. They will look for a pattern, such as a@b.com. Writing the address as ‘a at b dot com’ would probably evade them.

2. Use a disposable email address.

You could use this account especially for buying online or writing to newsgroups. If you find that you are getting a lot of spam at this address, you can simply delete it and set up another.

3. Dont use the email address in websites

 You could use this account especially for buying online or writing to newsgroups. If you find that you are getting a lot of spam at this address, you can simply delete it and set up another.

4. Don’t reply to spam    

Never reply to an e-mail message — not even to unsubscribe from a mailing list — unless you know and trust the sender, such as when the e-mail message comes from a service, an online store, or newsletter that you have signed up with.

5. Review the privacy policies of Web sites  

When you sign up for online banking, shopping, or newsletters, review the privacy policy of the site carefully before you reveal your e-mail address or other personal information.

6. Offer both plain text and HTML

Take time to craft both a plain text and an HTML version of your email. The former allows you to be plain and simple, the latter lets you loose your inner designer (just don’t overdo it). This way, you appeal to different people, but you also establish your legitimacy with the ISP.

7.  Correct spelling and grammar

Spell-checking and proofreading are essential components of every good email marketing campaign. Incorrect spelling and faulty grammar will damage your credibility with your clients and make you seem unprofessional.

8. Avoid embedding forms

Embedding forms in your email copy represent another red flag to the spam filters. Forms represent a security risk and aren’t usually supported across common email clients.

9. Don’t forward chain e-mail messages    

 Besides increasing overall e-mail volume, by forwarding a chain e-mail message you might be furthering a hoax — and meanwhile, you lose control over who sees your e-mail address.

10. Take advantage of the Junk E-mail Filter in

Office Outlook helps to mitigate the problem of spam by providing the Junk E-mail Filter, which automatically evaluates incoming messages and sends those identified as spam to the Junk E-mail folder.

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