Next time when you click on forward button - to send messages such as jokes, some useful info, web links or similar, you should know that doing this in irresponsible fashion will eventually increase the amount of spam that you and your friends will receive.
Microsoft Outlook Express (OE) is a powerful FREE email client that (in most cases) comes already with your Windows installation In the following text we share our experiences to help you to make most out of this tool.
Did you know that Outlook Express stores your mails even after you delete them (even if they are gone from the Deleted Items folder)?
Sometimes it may happen that the Send/Receive window moves (for example if you change desktop resolution) and it always appears non-centered or somewhere else. You can also move it if you don't like default position (centered).
Lately new kind of spam is present that abuses Outlook Express/Windows Mail built in sending of read receipt. If you do send a receipt back - guess what - you will get even more spam. Here is how to get rid of that.
Spammers use some sneaky and dirty techniques to validate your email address. Do you need spam blocker or spam filter software or is there another way you can protect yourself against these tricks?
Following text will significantly improve your knowledge about viruses you can get using e-mail and also will let you know how to protect yourself against them.
Are you using BCC field to forward emails to your friends? If so, use this little tip to get rid of Undisclosed-Recipient:; in your emails and add a bit more style to them.
Tired of waiting for Google team to implement sorting feature even though it has been requested countless times all over the web? There is a workaround!
It may sound too easy but - do not buy anything advertised through spam email! You would be surprised that the only reason spam exists is that some people actually buy stuff from them.