Many of us remember the days before spam folders. We’d log into our e-mail to find 12 junk e-mails, and three valuable ones. These days, 12 junk e-mails can get through even when strict spam protection is in place.
Over the years, your employees can see junk mail build up to the point where they overwhelm valid e-mails, damaging relationships with your clients, and leading to missed important opportunities. Sifting through all of those e-mails can also drain a worker’s productivity—wasting countless minutes each day.
While there are great software tools that can help reduce spam on the server level, there are also things each worker can do to reduce spam. Here are seven great tips to help implement spam control in your workplace.