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One of the most popular free email provider we know is Yahoo!Mail. A spam is definitely the most hated email we could ever get because it is unsolicited which normally comes in bulk and since we’re also concerned of our security especially to those identity thefts.
In order for us to prevent ourselves from these unscrupulous spam bots, I have come to discover how we can get rid of spam by teaching our friends or those people we know how to undisclosed their contacts email addresses in case they’ll be sending bulk emails. This is easy to setup and can be done in just a minute, no software or program needed.
So here’s how to do it,
After signing in, navigate to your right status bar
then press “Add Contact”, to add a new contact.
Note: only the fields below should be filled out, nothing else.
After filling out the boxes shown above, hover down to the bottom right of the page then click, “Save”.
So, we have already created a contact under the name “Undisclosed recipients”.
This is done to create an undisclosed recipient contact that would shadow the email addresses of the recipients in cases of sending an email to many recipients.
Now, how do we apply “Undisclosed recipients” for multiple messages to be sent? Click “Compose” to create an email.
From your address book, tick the box next to “Undisclosed recipients“.
then, remember to click “Show Bcc” so that the email addresses of the recipients will be blind copied. What will happen is that, each receiver will see ONLY the sender’s email address but will not know the email addresses to whom the sender also sent the same email.
That is why it’s marked “undisclosed”.
On the “Bcc” box is where you should be typing all the recipients email addresses.
Then, click “Send”.
So, from here we’re able to know how we can get rid of spammers, spam bots or with some people we don’t know who might be the spammers within our midst.
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