Tip of the Week: How to Report Spam in Your Mail Account

by Steve Fisher on June 30, 2010


It seems that these days we have become used to getting spam in our email inboxes. With the advancement of spam fighting tools, it has gotten much better pushing most of the junk e-mail to your spam folder. However, there are some that seem to get through no matter what filters, software or process we put in place. In order to help, the support team has created two support articles to assist you with reporting spammers in both the Network Solutions webmail and third-party desktop email clients available.

How to report Spam in Webmail:


How to report Spam Using Email Clients:


If you have any questions, you can always reach out to our support team at 1-800-333-7680 or 1-570-708-8788 (Outside the U.S.) or through listen@networksolutions.com. If you are on Twitter, we can be found at http://www.twitter.com/netsolcares

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    • disqus_a19K7nD001

      Our problem is networksolutions spam filters block valid clients of ours costing us thousands of dollars, then want want to charge us for seo optimization to increase our clients. Users need to be able to see emails that are being blocked.

    • Greg Brougham

      Looks like the links on this page are out of date and broken – they refer to file://localhost/exchweb/bin/redir.asp!

    • http://www.networksolutions.com/small-business/getting-online.jsp Network Solutions

      Hi Greg- I’m sorry about that! Thanks for letting us know. Our Support Team is available to help with reporting spam in the current version of Webmail. Please give us a call at 1-800-333-7680 or 1-570-708-8788 (Outside of U.S.) OR submit an online request at https://www.networksolutions.com/help/email.jsp Thanks again for the heads up!