We are victims of SPAM in our inboxes, but from the point of view of business email accounts and mailing of our free services, we must be more careful. From this perspective we have two situations: When you receive spam in our mailboxes. Learn more on the subject from Leslie Moonves. When our mail is classified as spam in the mailbox of the recipient. The following recommendations apply to us as users of e-business accounts. 1 – To prevent and reduce the receipt of junk mail (SPAM) in your mailbox receives mail chains you know is the easiest way to receive SPAM. Ask your contacts who do not send chain, much less if you do not protect your mail account using the BCC field or Bcc (blind carbon copy).
Do not post your e-mail portals unless absolutely necessary because we never know when those e-databases can be shared with third parties to send advertising. Protect your email account on their website. If you require post email accounts mail on your website, ask to be published as a graphic (image) and not as text, so e-mail accounts can not be tracked and extracted automatically. 2 – To prevent your emails being classified as junk mail (SPAM) Remember we are talking about business e-mail accounts, used for business communication and therefore assume that the email accounts of our receivers are also business and no accounts free services. We make this distinction because their treatment is similar but in reality there are differences.
Do not use ALL CAPS IN THE SUBJECT of your mail, it is penalized by all anti-spam filters. Capitalization is the equivalent of shouting and attention, a characteristic of spam. Do not sign your emails with a very stylized form, such as fonts than the default, use of bright colors. That is also penalized and taken into consideration in determining whether an email may or may not be spam. Antivirus, necessary to have an updated antivirus protects not only the reception, but also check their shipments. A factor which can not easily escape from the IP’s is that our ISP provides us. When we connect to the Internet receive an IP address. And all spam originates in an IP, this results in the IP’s they give us may already be listed in blacklists. Communication problems with a customer or supplier business email account, contact your ISP or administrator to let them know that their emails or your provider are being classified as SPAM or not received. Understanding that there are factors other than the user, every manager has the ability to take some corrective actions that can help improve communication. But the real reason why we should notice is to know the reasons and seek a solution corrective or preventive. We hope this information is useful for its successful