I’m not sure if it’s a good idea to start sending spam email from a web service or a fax service, but for the purposes of this article, I’m just going to assume it’s the latter.
There are plenty of alternatives to spam email, but most of them rely on using an email address and password to authenticate your messages, something that isn’t really a good fit for many people.
If you’re sending email from the web, it’s often the best way to keep your email provider honest.
You’ll be able to opt out of sending spam emails with a few simple clicks.
There’s a whole world of other ways to manage spam email though, and it’s always a good time to look into these options.