Microsoft knows that spam is a serious problem for those that use their Hotmail inboxes through unlocked cell phone. So far, Hotmail users have been able to add a plus sign to their usernames (email@example.com) to allow them to better manage their mailbox and help to make the sender identification a bit easier on them in the long run. Microsoft said that the problem with that technique is that it made it fairly easy for spammers to figure out the actual email address that you use, and are looking for a way to keep this from happening.
Email privacy is something that has been out the window for a number of years. It is fairly easy to find nearly anyone’s email online using things like Facebook and other social networking accounts where your email address is listed.
In order to combat this, Hotmail will be allowing users to create aliases for their email. This will mean that you will not actually have to give out your actual email address at all times. This is great for stopping certain companies from sharing your information with one another.
I think most of us can relate to having an inbox go from pristine to spam out of commission in just a few short months after giving out your address to the wrong people. The aliases will allow you to send certain emails straight to the spam box. So, if you are signing up for a service and want to check out the user interface, just give them your alias email, check the confirmation in your spam inbox and then never have to deal with the hordes of emails sent to you following that. This is a feature that will help many to manage their inbox in ways that they never could before.
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