Spam email can be a real annoyance. Every newsletter you've signed up for, train ticket you've ever bought or competition entered has probably resulted in a whole stream of follow-up marketing emails.

While filtering those into a junk folder is enough to satisfy some people, others opt for hitting the "unsubscribe" button at the end of the email.

But if you've already unsubscribed and the messages are still entering your inbox, what on earth do you do? Web developer Rory Ashford has a beautiful answer:

Although some have questioned whether or not you would need to verify the second email address, Ashcroft explained that it's worked on numerous occasions for him.

Has this ever worked for you? Let us know your experience of spam emails in the comments below...

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