It is not a big deal actually, and I don't hate those emails, just that I didn't give them permission to send me emails. And some of the emails could be useful for my work as a marketing manager to a software company, because the spam emails contribute to my marketing knowledge base. What a blessing!
Thus, to put things on a square table (all sides are fairly edged), email spamming has pros and cons.
I have figured out a good way to deal with it, which would sort of dealing with the issue fairly for everybody.
These are my suggestions:
- Everybody (who has emails) to have a web presence (web sites or blogs).
- Make sure the web presence must be able to cater for advertisement spaces. (so that you can cater for advertisements on behalf of others)
- Whenever you receive any SPAM emails, extract the incoming emails and send email offerings to help them (spammer) with advertisements (on your web presences)
- Either they will response or not is secondary, by doing this, you are also doing traffic optimization for your web presences (web sites or blogs).