Friday, 7 July 2017

How to unsubscribe yourself from Unwanted Emails In Single Shot

Now a days our Inbox is always filled with junk emails which is very frustrating because, Also due to many junks email it's very difficult to find out spam emails which may leads to hacked your account. Most of us have some kind of junk filter, but it's not always effective.

The amount of spam we receive has been increasing each year as Spammers have become more and more creative with ways to sneak emails past your junk filters to try and get you to click on a link, download an attachment, or even worse, a virus.  NOTE: Zimbra scans emails and their attachments for viruses, so none of our users should really be in serious risk of getting a virus in their email.

Thanks to our zeal for email subscriptions. And in this time of heightened civil activity, many of us have added political emails to our already unwieldy collection of daily deals, newsletters, and alerts. The bulk of these messages languish in our inboxes unread and obscuring the really important one that require our action.

Here's how to fight back and keep your inbox clean, regardless of what service you use. There are a few tools to help you prune these offenders without having to scroll message by message through your inbox. Try following of these services to unroll from unwanted unsubscribe.

Unsubscriber is a free to use, On your phone, at work, or at home, Unsubscriber works anywhere you can access your inbox. There’s no new app to download or separate interface to use. It allows you to unsubscribe from senders from right inside your email client, We just need to sign up on their website.

After you sign up the Unsubscriber website with your email account, An Unsubscribe folder is created in your inbox. Drag in unwanted email and Unsubscriber will block email from those senders from entering your inbox. Unsubscriber notifies the sender that you want to unsubscribe from their email list. Until that happens, new emails from that sender will be moved to your Unsubscribe folder.

The process is similar in your mobile device's email app.

Again, is a free service to use, It instantly see a list of all your subscription emails. Unsubscribe easily from whatever you don’t want.

Just go to the website and sign in there with your Gmail, Yahoo, Outlook account (Any of your email account). then displays a list of all you subscriptions with three options next to each one: Add to Rollup, Unsubscribe, or Keep in Inbox. Click the Unsubscribe button next to each one you no longer want to receive.

Click Add to Rollup option if you keep the subscription to your account. This will add to a daily digest of newsletters to be sent to you each morning, afternoon, or evening. Rollups can be viewed as a list or grid, and you can add or remove subscriptions from them at any time. You can also opt to have notify you monthly of your new subscriptions.


Unlistr is almost similar service offered by, Unlistr automagically finds and unsubscribes unwanted email, It know what can be unsubscribed and how to stop unwanted emails. Don’t worry about Unlistr increasing your junk. It monitor and skips IP addresses blacklisted by the internet community. 

Unlistr works with Gmail, Yahoo, Outlook, Hotmail, AOL, ATT or any other email account that supports IMAP/POP including Exchange.
You can setup as many email accounts as you want with Unlistr. Then, you can scan all of your accounts and unsubscribe in just a few steps. Unlistr can sweep chosen folders and labels such as SPAM or even your old email archive. Also notifies you when emails are ready to be unsubscribed. Simply swipe away in your mobile notifications. Unlistr skips over email senders that you choose to keep. Your unblocked list is then maintained for future reference.
Unlistr is free for iOS and Android but requires a $20 annual subscription for Outlook.

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