You just logged into a website only to find out they're now sending you unwanted emails to your Gmail account. Yes, this happens a lot more than what most would give it credit for. Take the example of online gamers. Many times they log into a website for whatever reason and then find out there're various emails in their inbox from that games' website. Another problem comes from registering for an account on a website. Most overlooked the checkbox for "send me a newsletter". So you end up with more junk emails from any given site. The same thing happens when you overlooked the checkbox concerning "send me updates".
Basically, this amounts to a lot of wasted time in having to see it in your inbox and having to get rid of it too. There's always the case in which a Gmail user doesn't know how to stop those emails from the website in question from said website. However, Block Sender can help you.
Follow the given instructions below to stop a website from overloading your Gmail inbox even when you don't know how to stop it from the website.
- Install Block Sender for Gmail by clicking the "Install" button found in the upper right-hand corner of this site. The installation won't take long. Open Gmail when it is done.
- After signing up for a Block Sender account and linking your Gmail account to Block Sender, open an email from the person or website you don't want to receive emails from, and click the "Block" button on the messages toolbar.
- Select the "Emails from this sender" option.
Now any time the website in question sends you an email, it won't matter much to you because it won't show in your inbox. The block is permanent unless you use the "safety nets" included with Block Sender.