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Everyone should have at least two e-mail addresses, one that they used sparingly with close friends and family and one that is used for everything else Your best bet is to acquire a second address from one of the large free-mail systems such as or mail. When your free-mail account starts to get too much junk, stop using it and create a new one.

No matter how careful you are, you’re still going to get junk mail, so create message filters in Outlook and Outlook Express or install one of the many free mail-filtering programs, as long as you are not an AOL subscriber.

OP, why the fuck would he be getting invites if he were a member?

Looking at websites does not give them your email address.

sandra holland Try to use a crappy email address hard to guess & use 2 email addresses : one for the public sites which you can fill freely anywhere & one personal which you would only want to give to your trusted ones.

The other e-mail account used for my daily life gets hardly any of that spam.

However, since your husband had an issue with it in the past, I'd do some snooping. I have to disagree with those convinced he has to be on dating sites to get the spam. However, in my career I worked at an anti-spam email company for awhile.

If you’ve ever replied to Spam that claims it will remove you from a list if you reply, then you fell for a cruel trick These supposed honest claims of removal are actually a sneaky way to get you to verify your address so that it can be sold to others, including, (you guessed it! You must be extremely careful who you give your e-mail address to, because once you have given it, you have no idea what is going to happen to it.

All of you well meaning joke senders that don’t know how to send to groups properly are exposing every address in your message to everyone else on the list All it takes is one evil person on the list to have all those addresses become part of a Spam list.