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Junk mail and spam

robertgross159
Try as I might, I do not have the skills to develop a much needed application. Simply put, it is high time for an app that will read through the junk mail folder and UNSUBSCRIBE to the emails that continuously accumulate there. Most commercial emails have an unsubscribe feature, but some are so intertwined and the addresses marketed that an email account soon becomes unmanageable.

A properly designed app should be a welcome feature, and especially useful if there was a little help from the different web client developers to program in a refusal for those emails that didn't include an unsubscribe feature. Hopefully this subject will be taken seriously by the great teams that work on mail clients.

Robert Gross
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Re: Junk mail and spam

Wes Garland
In my experience as an anti-spam developer.....unsubscribe links in
emails are a great way to harvest valid email addresses....

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> On Jul 21, 2015, at 11:35, "[hidden email]" <[hidden email]> wrote:
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> Try as I might, I do not have the skills to develop a much needed application. Simply put, it is high time for an app that will read through the junk mail folder and UNSUBSCRIBE to the emails that continuously accumulate there. Most commercial emails have an unsubscribe feature, but some are so intertwined and the addresses marketed that an email account soon becomes unmanageable.
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> A properly designed app should be a welcome feature, and especially useful if there was a little help from the different web client developers to program in a refusal for those emails that didn't include an unsubscribe feature. Hopefully this subject will be taken seriously by the great teams that work on mail clients.
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> Robert Gross
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Re: Junk mail and spam

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On Wednesday, July 22, 2015 at 1:31:29 AM UTC+10, [hidden email] wrote:
> Try as I might, I do not have the skills to develop a much needed application. Simply put, it is high time for an app that will read through the junk mail folder and UNSUBSCRIBE to the emails that continuously accumulate there. Most commercial emails have an unsubscribe feature, but some are so intertwined and the addresses marketed that an email account soon becomes unmanageable.
>
> A properly designed app should be a welcome feature, and especially useful if there was a little help from the different web client developers to program in a refusal for those emails that didn't include an unsubscribe feature. Hopefully this subject will be taken seriously by the great teams that work on mail clients.
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> Robert Gross

Sorry, Just checking where I should post Checking on Material Design and any issues in Differing Browsers looking at rebuilding my www.aj-photography.com.au
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