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Reverse Email & Anti Spam Tips
Anti Spam Techniques
Individuals just need to use More discretion. Be aware of who you share your email with, and you will have less spam. Forwarding email messages to people you don’t know without removing the emails off the list just sets you up for spam. Computers with email address harvesting malware could be distributing your email in no time!
“Address Munging” is another way to avoid email harvesting. Make your post anonymous, or use a fake name or email.
An individual can take more control by not responding to spam! It is tempting to respond with messages like, "Don't spam me," but this only confirms your email address and all a spammer needs is a confirmation that an email address is valid.
Another way to keep your email safe is to use "Disposable address forwarding."
Wordpress or Joomla?
No other place will give you spam more than a website that doesn't have a spam blocker. Now, Wordpress and Joomla are two of the most popular platforms for websites, and so it follows that they receive the most spam.
Of course, sometimes there is mistakes with automation and both Joomla and Wordpress get mislabeled spam. So, what is the best platform to guard against spam in your email? According to PHP developers like CorePHP, the best way to go about blocking spam on both Joomla and Wordpress is to either use (1) custom coding or, if you're like most people who don't know code, (2) get plugins for WP or extensions for Joomla that will do it for you. The quality of plugins and extensions varies, and it may work well with one website, but not for another, depending if it's compatible with your current theme.
positive is an intended email that has been rejected. A false Negative is a spam that has been missed. Some systems let you control this balance with "spam score" settings and limits. Yet still, varying degrees of error remain.
Most spam detection is based on the content of the email. This can be an accurate method when it is tuned into the type of legitimate email an individual typically receives. Relying on the content to detect spam fails to address the two key features of spam: whether an email is unsolicited or sent in bulk.