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Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Unsubscribe from Junk Emails

Unsubscribe from Junk Emails and Mailing Lists easily

We all like receiving promotional and offer emails to our email inbox regularly, don’t we? Whether it is the websites that we daily visit, asking us to enter email address so that we can receive the newsletters or it is the serials of some software, we are required to provide our email address. I also receive lot of spam and junk useless emails in the inbox, checking and deleting which takes lot of time. This implies that we need to be careful while providing our personal info.

For all these emails that we receive, we can choose to unsubscribe from them but it is a manual process and will consume lot of time of ours. It would have been good if there is some automatic way of unsubscribing from these promotional or junk emails with just a click. Well this is possible with the help of some free services that enables us to automatically unsubscribe from these mailing lists easily.

Here are two such free services that you can make use of:
1. Swizzle


Formerly known as Unsubscribr, this free service helps you remove your subscription from the emails that you receive in your mailbox. What you just need to do is just visit this website, enter your email address (currently limited to some email providers only), allow this service to scan your emails and click the Unsubscribe button.

The service is safe to use, and produces a list of the websites where you are subscribed. You can now select the websites to unsubscribe. This will automatically send an email to them and remove you from the list.
2. Unroll.me


Another great service that can be used to unsubscribe from the mailing lists automatically and easily. Similar to Swizzle, you need to provide your email address (this one is safe too), scan your mailbox and unsubscribe from the lists.

This service also provides before you, the list of the mailing lists as scanned in your mailbox and allows you to unsubscribe from them with just a click. However the only limitation with this is that it currently supports Gmail only.

So no more wasting of your precious time on deleting the useless emails that you receive daily, just use these services and get yourself unsubscribed from the mailing lists that you wish.


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