How to Unsubscribe from Emails

Save your time and space

Emails are an integral part of modern life, and digital correspondence is now essential in most lines of work. Everyone receives tons of unwanted communications, from newsletters to mailing lists and other unsolicited sources. A messy mailbox is inefficient and can make important messages harder to find.

Fortunately, you can solve this issue with the Unsubscriber feature from Clean Email. Let's take a look at common types of unwanted content and how this makes it easy to unsubscribe from spam.


It’s all too easy to sign up for a newsletter you think you may be interested in, but our subscriptions often end up being more inconvenient than helpful. Having a large number of unwanted newsletters in your inbox makes it more difficult to get to the content you do want to read and negatively impacts productivity.

Newsletters always contain a link at the end allowing users to stop receiving communications.If you wish to opt out of a single newsletter, just scroll down and click the unsubscribe email link. This link is usually small and unobtrusive to prevent accidental clicks. Of course, you may not have the time or energy to do this manually for a large number of subscriptions.

While manually unsubscribing may be an efficient strategy for only a few newsletters, many of us receive countless newsletters, and it could take hours to go through all of them individually. The unsubscribe app from Clean Email makes it easy to look through your newsletters and remove yourself from as many as you want all at once.

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TIP: If you have trouble finding the link, press CTRL+F and search for the term “unsubscribe” in the body of the email
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Real spammers don’t follow any rules or regulations, and there’s no way to stop them from sending you unsolicited communications. Professionals utilize complex botnets and even virus-infected computers to send their spam. Besides, real spam can be dangerous for you and your computer. In addition to viruses and malware, spam emails can be confusing and misleading with the intent of obtaining your personal data.

This is called “phishing” and is illegal worldwide. Phishing emails might try to trick you into sharing your bank information, wiring cash internationally, or even divulging your physical address. These are often made to look very similar to legitimate brands, so be extra vigilant when looking through your inbox—especially if you are asked to enter any personal information.

In addition to viruses and malware, spam emails can be confusing and misleading with the intent of obtaining your personal data.

When you see one that seems shady or looks like spam, just hit the “Spam” button. This will protect you and tell your email provider that the sender might not be trustworthy. In extreme cases, you can even block an entire domain for a drastic and permanent solution.

Promotional emails

If you’ve ever given your email address to an online or physical store, there’s a good chance you were signed up for promotional emails which may now be taking over your inbox. Looking through your message history for each specific promotion you want to unsubscribe from is incredibly time-consuming, especially if you’re subscribed to a large number of brands.

Clean Email is the perfect solution If you want to unsubscribe from emails, especially if you’re dealing with a large number of unwanted messages that are clogging your inbox. You’ll be able to see all of your subscriptions in one place and opt out of spam, promotions, newsletters, and more without having to find each one individually.

We want people to live their lives and be productive rather than spending time going through a cluttered inbox.

Clean Email provides an app for unsubscribing in addition to a number of other helpful productivity features. It even allows you to set parameters for future messages, automating the email filtering process and ensuring that you only see content you’re interested in.

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Why use Unsubscriber from Clean Email

However, monitoring hundreds of emails and manually clicking “spam” or “unsubscribe” for every one of them can be draining and time-consuming. Unsubscriber from Clean Email streamlines this process and makes it much more efficient. You can quickly see which newsletters are relevant to you and which ones you’re no longer interested in.

Save time searching for important emails

Save time searching for important emails

Remove unwanted messages automatically

Remove unwanted messages automatically

Open up more free space in your mailbox

Open up more free space in your mailbox

Improve productivity with a clean inbox

Improve productivity with a clean inbox

How to unsubscribe from emails with Clean Email

Clean Email identifies and categorizes each message using sophisticated algorithms. Just follow the steps below to unsubscribe from emails you don't need.

  • Just Scan your mailbox
    Just scan your mailbox
  • Check the list of all your subscriptions
    Check the list of all your subscriptions
  • Click Unsubscribe or Keep in Inbox
    Click Unsubscribe or keep in Inbox

Read more about how Unsubscriber works ->

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