Have you had the same email account for years and now find that you are receiving newsletters, spam, listservs etc from everyone under the sun but you just don’t have the time to go through your emails and unsubscribe from each one individually? Try unroll.me.
If you’re willing to shed some email baggage, Unroll.me is ready to help. The service helps manage inboxes by unsubscribing users from email lists. It uses OAuth support (OAuth is an open standard for authorization) to crawl through Gmail, Yahoo and Aol accounts (Public Service Announcement: If you are still using AOL Mail, Stop! It’s no longer 1995) to find emails you’re subscribed to, allowing you to opt out in bulk.
One of its slickest features is the rollup, a digest overview of your subscriptions, sent to your inbox once a day. You choose which email lists go into the rollup, which links back to the original messages.