You’ve probably received tons of unwanted ads or newsletters ever since you registered on these e-commerce websites and you probably don’t know how to remove your email address from their sending list. There’s no need to worry. We have the solution to help you unsubscribe from their services and be done once and for all with spams.

Manually unsubscribe from a newsletter

If you are courageous, or have a lot of free time for your mailbox’s spring cleaning, you can go ahead and manually unsubscribe from every unwanted newsletter. In order to do so, you just need to open an advertisement email you wish to ban and look for the unsubscribe link. They are generally found at the end of the mail, in small characters.

 

Options that make your life easier depending on your mail service

If you’re not patient enough to go through the previously mentioned technique in order to free your mailbox, your mail service can help you. Gmail for example, proposes a unsubscribe button right next to the sender’s email address if said email is recognized as a newsletter. For more information, please read our article on the subject. Orange enables you to create a red list of senders you wish to block. Learn how to do so here. You can choose two options on your hotmail or outlook mailboxes in order to block undesirable newsletters. These two options are “cancel the subscription” and “cancel the subscription and delete all items in your inbox”. The first option ensures that you won’t receive any more mail from the sender while the second option acts like the first one but also deletes all previous mails sent by this specific individual. A complete description of the procedure is available in another article, please read it for more information.

 

A website to manage all your newsletters in a single stroke!  

If you don’t want to spend more than a few minutes on sorting out your mailbox, this website will be your lifesaver: Cleanfox. In a few minutes, the scan detects every newsletter in your mailbox and allows to unsubscribe or delete said newsletters. Let yourself be tempted: cleanfox.io