Now, Gmail’s unsubscribe button to rid of spam mails

By: Tech Desk | Published:February 26, 2014 8:30 am
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Google Inc is making it a bit easier to get rid of spam mails. It is planning to add an unsubscribe button to Gmail that will automatically appear in the header of emails that it detects might be unwanted messages from marketers.

According to reports, Google announced the new feature at an event last week, and the unsubscribe option began to roll out thereafter. Clicking the button won’t lead you through the marketers’ standard unsubscribe dialogue though — it will instead have Google send an automated email to the marketer requesting that it remove you from future mailings.

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    Santanu Sinha
    Feb 26, 2014 at 4:17 am
    This steps of Google is really helpful for the email users who are getting spam emails regularly. I also thankful to Indian Express to publish this news.The email users is getting email almost regularly. It seems that some of the companies selling their customer and users data to the advertising companies. There should be a strict law to prevent such type of email.What Google is doing by putting subscriber option in every email to helpful for the advertisers also to know who do not want their emails.
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