TheSpamWar.com Presents The World’s Largest Collection Of Anti Mail Spam Resources
11/26/2009

The most sought after mail spam information blog, TheSpamWar.com has recently announced adding numerous more resource articles containing valuable tips for anyone that is dealing with email spam. Email spam has seemed to be gaining ground in the past few months as many software developers have withdrawn from the fight against spam. There have been, however, many breakthroughs in the war against mail spam, and TheSpamWar.com is proud to present each one of them in detail. The blog also presents its users and visitors with all the new tips and tricks designed to reduce and combat the effects of mail spam.

Online PR News – 26-November-2009 – – The most sought after mail spam information blog, TheSpamWar.com has recently announced adding numerous more resource articles containing valuable tips for anyone that is dealing with email spam. Email spam has seemed to be gaining ground in the past few months as many software developers have withdrawn from the fight against spam. There have been, however, many breakthroughs in the war against mail spam, and TheSpamWar.com is proud to present each one of them in detail. The blog also presents its users and visitors with all the new tips and tricks designed to reduce and combat the effects of mail spam.

Mail spam is becoming more and more powerful so we all have to join our efforts to minimize as much as possible and even defeat the mail spam companies that fill our email accounts with hundreds or even thousands of unsolicited email messages advertising various companies, products, websites or services. The first piece of advice you can use to prevent falling victim to mail spam companies is never respond to any message that looks like mail spam. Mail spam companies have worked hard to improve the way in which they deliver mail spam messages to email users from around the world. This is why most mail spam messages today will include your personal details.

With tactics such as addressing you with your real name, mail spam companies are trying to convince you that particular message was sent by a real person. If you make the mistake of responding to such a message then your email address will be considered as ‘confirmed’ and it will then be traded or used again in future mail spam campaigns, thus entering a never ending spam cycle. It is also very important, we might say even crucial, that you choose your email service provider with very much care. Make sure that, even if they are offering a free service, the company is offering anti mail spam capabilities and support. If you want to learn more about all the ways in which you can protect yourself from mail spam, please visit http://www.thespamwar.com