By now you’re probably familiar with the rules on spamming email and how to deal with them.
In this post, we’ll explore a few things that might seem strange to you, or to someone else who might have read the email in question.
It’s a common theme that if you want to get rid of spam, you should avoid any and all emails with the same subject.
Spam email: The basic rules, and the practicality of breaking them The rules are simple.
You can’t use the same email address for both sending and receiving an email.
For example, sending an email to your company and receiving it from someone else is spam.
The email should not contain any links, and should not be accompanied by a “Get to know me” link, as well.
You may need to add a subject line or paragraph at the end of your email.
Here’s a quick overview of the basic rules: Do not send anything to your personal email address (e.g., “Dear Mr. or Mrs. Smith”).