If you’ve ever tried to contact a friend with an email address that was created by someone else, it probably looks like this: [email protected] The email is fake, but that doesn’t mean you should throw it away.
In fact, there are several ways to get your friend’s email address to stop sending you spam, as well as other simple ways to stop it from getting in the way of you making your next appointment.
Here’s what you need to know.
How to Stop Fake Email Email addresses Getting a friend’s real email address is actually pretty easy, according to real estate broker John Smith, owner of Smith Real Estate.
He says you can use your email provider to get the real email that they’re sending you.
That means if your real email is at the end of the address you entered, that’s the address that they actually send you.
To see if that email address has been removed from your account, visit Settings > Mail, Address, and Recipient and choose Delete or Remove Account.
To remove an email from your email account that you already have, go to Settings > Email and choose the email address you want to delete.
That email address will no longer be listed in your contacts.
When you click on that address, it will take you to the account’s contact list, which lists all the people who have received the email from the sender.
You can also view who is currently using the email account and delete it.
When your real contact has a message that you can read or respond to, you can click on the message and it will be hidden from view.
If you’re trying to reach someone with an address that you created by email, you’ll see this message: Hi, I’ve just updated my address.
If this is your email address: Thank you for your email!
Please note: We are unable to add any further emails to your account.