Tony asked, about 4 hours ago
May be illegal and impossible to reverse, but wrong? – Nope.
Try white-listing and automatically bookmarking the really important stuff, tagging the former, too plus less important stuff which may be put into a folder unread.
Blacklist what you know is spam – and let the rest go to spam instantly if it’s still too much. You may have to check that one occasionally, otherwise you’ll get too many notifications that someone (like Stan) has sent you an e-mail…
Unless your D.B. Cooper, yes!!!
That is just the price you pay to do email on your phone. Smartphones really do just one thing, make you dumb.
Why fake it?
Most of the e-mails I get go to my spam folder. I delete most of them without reading in one click of the button.
Fraud is always wrong. But you can’t go wrong by considering answering today’s…
Second “Daddy’s Home” Question:
Do you have too many e-mails?
I resisted the temptation when I was working and got over 100 in a day. Of course 35-50 was normal.
It comforts me that long after I’m dead, I’ll still be getting email.
September 13, 2014