Thank you for that information.So it appears that your @mackain.co.uk email account is always or regularly getting unwanted emails. These emails, like the ones that you are getting, are just advertising some sites, which in your case, they advertise porn sites.
In order to avoid getting these kinds of SPAM emails, there are few ways that you can do from your end. I listed them below.
First, DO NOT publish or post your email address (that is why our system is masking emails posted here and showing them as *****@****.***) anywhere online unless you are signing up for an account in a legitimate website. The main reason for this is because, those spammers, (you might wonder how they got your email) are using bots and scripts that will scour the internet for email addresses in various websites and store them in their database. Once you post your email address somewhere and these bots (electronic robot) were able to collect it, then that is the time that the spammers can start sending you their massive advertising emails. So to prevent getting more spam in the future, never post your email address online unless when signing up in a legitimate website since the emails when signing up are not shown in public thus web bots will not be able to collect them.
Second, is DO NOT open an email that you SUSPECT as spam. If you got an email that you suspect as SPAM, please DO NOT open it. The spammer may included a notifier in the email that once opened, the spammer will get notified that you opened the email which then tells him that your email is legitimate (remember that spammers only collects random emails). Once he knew your email is legitimate, he will then send you more spam.
Third, when you receive a spam email, DO NOT open it like mentioned above. Instead, mark the email as spam. If you are using a web browser like Safari to access your emails, then tick the email in the list (do not open, just tick the check box in the subject area to select it), then locate a button that says something like Mark As Spam or Junk. Once you do this, your iPad will then automatically move the email to the Spam or Junk folder. Future emails from the same sender will no longer reach your Inbox but will be moved to Junk or Spam folder automatically.
Another way to mark an email as spam in iPad is when you are using the Mail app, you can drag the email in the list (do not open it) just drag the listed email in your inbox to the Junk folder in the sidebar.
After doing these, future emails will be sent to the Junk or Spam folder automatically thus you will no longer be receiving these spams in the long run.
I hope that helped.
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