I don’t think the majority of people realize that your signature is also linked to the email address you use to sign in to your website.
You don’t even have to click on your email when signing up to use the service, but it’s a very common mistake.
The simple mistake can lead to your name appearing in the spam folder or in your inbox with a link to the spam account you used to sign up.
If you do end up with a spam email, here are some tips to fix it.
Fixing the spam email address The first thing you need to do is disable email forwarding.
To do this, go to the Gmail app and select “Options.”
In the “Send” menu, click on the “Advanced” tab.
In the section called “Forwarding,” choose the “Forward to” option.
The next time you see an email with a subject line that includes your address, click the “Unsubscribe” button.
You should now be able to ignore the email.
Make sure that you don’t accidentally sign up for a service that uses your email to sign you up, either by clicking on your account or by entering your name and password.
To make sure your email addresses aren’t being sent to spam, use a different email service or check your spam folder.