I want to use my main mail address everywhere, even public places. But I doubt if I can guard myself against spam.

Is there a provider specialized in spam protection? Or at least good at it?

At last, given your experience, should I even do it?

  • @five82
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    73 months ago

    That’s not a good idea anymore. Especially if you want any assurances that your email will actually be delivered. You’ll be spending a lot of time dealing with non-delivery, blacklists, and spam filters.

    • @pHr34kY
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      83 months ago

      I’ve found that you’re fine as long as you pass all the SPF/DKIM steps, have an SSL cert and use your ISP’s mail relay.

      The biggest issue I face is that occasionally a legit mail server refuses to support SSL/TLS and my server drops the connection. The other 99% of unencrypted mail is spam.