A recent blog post by Spam Resource provides answers to frequently asked questions about the “unsubscribe” feature in Apple Mail. The post explains how the unsubscribe feature works, what it does, and how to use it. The blog also covers common questions, such as how to unsubscribe from multiple emails at once, unsubscribe from emails sent to a group, and unsubscribe from emails sent to a mailing list. The post provides step-by-step instructions for using the unsubscribe feature in Apple Mail, including how to find the unsubscribe link in an email, how to unsubscribe from an email, and how to manage email subscriptions in Apple Mail. The key takeaway from the post is that the unsubscribe feature in Apple Mail is a useful tool for managing email subscriptions and reducing unwanted emails. By following the instructions and best practices outlined in the post, users can effectively use the unsubscribe feature to simplify their email inbox and improve their email experience.
Excerpt from the main article:
Here’s an updated version of a guide I put together back in 2016 to help folks understand how the list-unsubscribe functionality works on Apple Mail on iOS.It was back in 2016 that we learned that Apple planned to add list-unsubscribe support to Apple’s iOS email client, and that support came with iOS 10. Many ESPs have long supported a special header, the “list unsubscribe” header. Google’s Gmail and Microsoft’s Outlook.com, along with some other email clients or platforms, look for this header, and if it is found, they’ll put some sort of prominent “unsubscribe” link or button in a special
FAQ: List Unsubscribe on Apple Mail on iOS was originally published on Spam Resource: All Things Deliverability