Road Runner High-Speed Online Internet service started in 1995 under the Time Warner Cable (TWC) Company.
It started delivering broadband internet access services during the early days of the Internet.
In 2012, the Road Runner brand name was retired and replaced with the Time Warner Cable (TWC) brand name.
In 2016, TWC was acquired by Charter Communications and got rebranded as Spectrum Internet. Currently, It currently has 9 million subscriptions approx.
The RoadRunner email service is provided to the users of Time Warner Cable Internet, which is spectrum now.
Only people who are subscribers of this internet service can access this mailbox via browser or through the use of an email client.
So the Spectrum ISP is formerly known as Roadrunner automatically assigns a RoadRunner email address to the customers when they subscribe to spectrum Internet services.
How to stop or block a road runner spam mail in RR.com (spectrum) email?
RoadRunner offers all the settings and configurations that a normal email client offers.
These settings allow an email user to block emails from email addresses designated by the user.
Blocking the email address prevents messages from that particular sender from entering the RoadRunner inbox.
- Go to the official website of the ISP at Spectrum Webmail
- Click the “Mail” option in the toolbar menu.
- Type your email address and password.
- Select your preferred language.
- Then click “Log in” to access your email account.
- Click on Settings and scroll down to “Customize Mailbox Options”.
- Under this category, click “Allow and Block Messages Options.”
- Click the circle next to “Advanced Block Senders” to enable RoadRunner email blocking.
- Enter the email address or domain name from which you do not want to receive emails.
- Scroll down the page and click the circle next to “Delete Mail From Blocked Senders” under the “Blocked Mail Actions” heading. Click “OK” to finish the process.
Why do I get excessive amount of spam emails in my roadrunner email?
If you receive hundreds or thousands of spam messages, then it could be a sign that you are a target of fraud or phishing.
Criminals who stole your credit card and PayPal information etc. Often try to overcrowd your inbox with spam messages in order to make sure that you won’t notice the legitimate emails from banks or other payment services about transactions that you didn’t authorize.
If you’ve received excessive amounts of road runner spam email, you should try:
Checking all of your online accounts and verify all the recent transactions to check whether they were initialized by you or someone else.
You should change your banking password too from the official website of the bank.
Mark all the spam emails as spam.
If there are multiple spam emails from a source, add the sender to the blocked sender’s list.
If you can identify the source of the spam, you can configure your router to prevent incoming packets from that address.
You can also contact the sites you’ve identified to alert them to the spamming activity. If you need assistance with any of these matters, you can contact to roadrunner spectrum help.
How to unsubscribe from junk mails and sales calls by spectrum
In this regard, spectrum has done great work as they provide an option to opt out by phone by calling 1-855-75-SPECTRUM.
Also, you can go to the roadrunner (now Spectrum) online preference page
At the start, you need to provide your contact details and confirm that you are a current customer, and then you can go to “Communication Preferences” and click the circle next to it.
Now it will expand and you can opt for different options like
- Please Do Not Call (two additional phone numbers can be entered)
- So, Not Send Email
- Do Not Mail (two additional addresses can be entered)
- Don’t Knock (two additional addresses can be entered) Click on Submit and you’re done.
Note: You can opt out of receiving marketing and sales offers from Roadrunner Spectrum by calls, e-mails, by physical address and door-to-door sales. You will still receive actual account notifications about your service via these channels, even if you opt out of marketing.