Here's what you can do, to keep the digital junk mail at bay.
Activate Spam blockers that your e-mail provider offers or set your Inbox security to "exclusive." You can choose whether 1) the service will move messages that seem suspicious straight to your Spam or Junk folder, or 2) it'll only permit messages from senders in your address book or those you indicate are "safe" into your Inbox. You'll have to review the Spam folder periodically to make sure messages you want to receive aren't being sent there by mistake. (You can easily mark them as "not junk," and they'll pop right into your Inbox.)
Enable image or content blocking. This prevents the images (also called "content") in a message from downloading simply because you've opened it. Those images often contain tracking software, which beams back info as soon as they're viewed, so spammers know they've hit an active e-mail account. If you do want to see the message in its entirety, you'll have the option to fully downloadRead More »from How to Cut Down on All Kinds of Junk Mail