Or Hacking Email: 99 Email Security and Productivity Tips as the article is titled. There’s not a lot of new stuff but there’s information that is worth reading, if only to refresh your memory.
If everyone followed these tips (and I include myself here), the world would be a better place. And, if the tips weren’t enough, the 99th tip offers more links, so it’s really one of those “must bookmark” and (hopefully) read posts. Here’s an excerpt from the post about one of my pet peeves, subject lines.
Use meaningful subject lines. Write something “meaningful” in the subject line, to give recipients a clue as to what your email is about. This is increasingly necessary to distinguish legit emails from spam. The latter’s subject lines are are often deceptive.