My wife uses a third party company to host her email server and web site (Blu Domain). She connects to the email server from her Mac via Mac Mail (I think the client was once known as iMail). She also accesses the email server from her iPhone.
She is receiving a lot of spam messages. Short of migrating the email server to a different provider, are there any client-side solutions that could filter out spam before it hits the iMail client?
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The purpose of this video is to demonstrate how to set up a Mailchimp campaign. This will include
styling and adding elements to a newsletter/email.
This will be demonstrated using a Windows 8 PC. Mailchimp will be used.
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