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Easily Unsubscribe From Unnecessary Mailing List (Gmail and Yahoo Mail)

Has your inbox flooded with daily deals, special offers, bulk mail and junk email messages and find it difficult to sort out urgent emails from other unimportant messages? The only solution is to unsubscribe from such mailing list and delete all such unnecessary messages from your inbox. Here is a quick and easy way to unsubscribe from all unnecessary mailing list and bulk senders.

Unsubscribr (free and paid) is an online service that helps you easily unsubscribe from all unnecessary mailing lists and delete all messages from that sender from your mailbox - no more hunting for tiny, hidden unsubscribe links on your messages.

Currently, the service supports Gmail, Google Apps, Yahoo! Mail and AOL Mail only. Once you give grant access to your mail account, it begins scan your email box for bulk and junk mail messages.

After finishing the scan, it lists each sender with an option to unsubscribe. You have two options for unsubscribing from a sender.

1. Just Unsubscribe: This option either send an unsubscribe email on your behalf or redirect you to an unsubscribe page.

2. Unsubscribe and Delete all: This option do the same as above, and also delete all messages from that sender from your mailbox.

Interested readers can visit Unsubscribr to get more details, how this service works, security about your account and pricing.


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