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Photo: 13_Phunkod (Shutterstock) LinkedIn never passes up an opportunity to flood your inbox with emails. Even if you do your best to unsubscribe from every message you receive, the service always seems to find a way to send you even more of them. If you’d rather keep LinkedIn’s updates out of your inbox, it is possible—if difficult—unsubscribe from every single LinkedIn email, forever, without deleting your account. Keep your email address under wraps on LinkedIn This takes some effort, but it will pay off in the long run. First, log into your LinkedIn profile and check your registered email address on the email settings page. Make sure only one of your email addresses is listed here—otherwise you may get the same spam sent to multiple email addresses. Next, check who can access your email address, which will help limit spam sent to you by LinkedIn members who you may not know. Go to LinkedIn’s email privacy settings page and click the drop-down menu below Who can see your email address . Select Only visible to me to hide your email from everyone, or choose a less restrictive setting (1st-party connections, for example). You should also flip the switch under Allow your connections to download your email in their data export? to No. Stop receiving unnecessary LinkedIn updates Next, go to LinkedIn’s communication settings page. This is where you can nuke 90% of useless emails from LinkedIn. Click Email to open email preferences on LinkedIn. Now click each of the […]