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Old December 21st, 2012, 02:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Okay this is the easiest
1.download dolphin browser
2.get on it hit the menu/settings button on your phone
3.go to more on dolphin browser
4.click setting when it pops up
5.on the next page click user agent
6.click desktop
7.go to gmail.com
8.go to spam folder
9.at the top of the list of spam it should say delete all spam click it and give gmail a big middlefinger



Btw I made this account just to tell people how to do this because its been messing with me for days and now I feel like Im the. man enjoy a spam free life and please spread this. Around cuz. Had like 1687 spam messages im sure someone else has more

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Easiest way to not get spam is to have a couple of throwaway accounts to use if you have a doubt about emailing.

I only use Gmail for family, friends and business who have proved they are not spammers. Maybe 10 pieces of spam in 5 years or whenever Gmail started. I also don't use my real name. I have different knicknames on all accounts.
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Easiest way to not get spam is to have a couple of throwaway accounts to use if you have a doubt about emailing.

I only use Gmail for family, friends and business who have proved they are not spammers. Maybe 10 pieces of spam in 5 years or whenever Gmail started. I also don't use my real name. I have different knicknames on all accounts.
I agree I don't get alot of spam on Gmail and besides it goes straight to the spam folder.
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Okay this is the easiest
1.download dolphin browser
2.get on it hit the menu/settings button on your phone
3.go to more on dolphin browser
4.click setting when it pops up
5.on the next page click user agent
6.click desktop
7.go to gmail.com
8.go to spam folder
9.at the top of the list of spam it should say delete all spam click it and give gmail a big middlefinger



Btw I made this account just to tell people how to do this because its been messing with me for days and now I feel like Im the. man enjoy a spam free life and please spread this. Around cuz. Had like 1687 spam messages im sure someone else has more
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