As you open your email for checking of any worthwhile or important messages, you catch yourself performing that same wind blowing sigh again. Awww…the perks of having instant messages! And along with them are unsolicited ones known as “spam” emails. Why are they more persistent than good news?
You switch into your SMS text messages hoping that you’ll be free of those irksome messages. But you got it wrong again because you have them right among your text messages. Usually, they’re from your mobile carrier, asking you to sign up on something or avail some of their promotions. Feeling lost about how you can get rid of these tiresome messages, you’re contemplating of changing your phone number. This shouldn’t be your last resort for getting rid of such messages. If you have a Samsung Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge, alienating these spam messages from your inbox should be child’s play for you.
- Head straight to Messages, the very heart of having a cell phone actually.
- As you identify the numbers which usually carry the spam messages, you can add them to the spam numbers. To access, open that certain conversation thread and tap on ‘More’ located at the top-right corner. You will see then the ‘Add to spam numbers’ option and tap that.
- If you added a number by mistake, you can undo the blacklisting by simply navigating to the Messages primary screen>> More>> Settings>> Spam filter option.
- Once inside the Spam filter option, you can manage the blacklisted number through the ‘Manage spam numbers’ option. You can also customize the settings by adding labels for better filtering. On the other hand, you can also check out your Spam mails and filter them manually.