THE #1 RULE TO FIGHT SPAM IS TO NOT REPLY TO IT. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO UNSUBSCRIBE FROM SPAM. THIS JUST ALLOWS THE SPAMMERS TO KNOW THAT THEY HAVE A VALID E-MAIL ADDRESS!
There are a number of things you can do:
1. Have us filter your E-mail for SPAM. For more information visit http://www.BustSPAM.net/.
2. Use an E-mail client that has good Anti-SPAM filters.
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3. Setup your own filters using either our WebMail system or your E-mail client software.
AtlantisNet.com WebMail Once logged in, perform the following steps: Click on the Settings button on the top navigation bar.Open on the Filtering folder link listed under the My Settings folder in the left column.Click on the Content Filtering link listed under the Filtering folder in the left column.Click on the New icon to create your first filter and follow the on screen instructions.Click on the Save button located at the top when done.You may now Logout the WebMail system or perform other activities Windows Tip: Outlook Rules Wizard Filter Email in Outlook ExpressWindows Tip: Stop Spam in Its Tracks
Once logged in, perform the following steps:
4. Use a distributed filter plugin for your E-mail client
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These organizations can be used to report SPAM:
Mail Abuse Prevention System LLCSpamCop
Here are some additional articles about SPAM:
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