GMail has a very strict spam filter. I find that if I go in and
grant permissions for each of the improperly flagged messages, that
after a little while--maybe a few months, less and less of
legitimate mail goes to Spam. To do this, you check all the boxes
of the improperly flagged messages and then find the link/button
that says 'not spam' and click it. For the most part, GMail
remembers the subject line and addresses and doesn't flag those
On 2/1/2020 4:00 AM, Shelly Kane wrote:
This has happened to me several times. I usually have to go to
g mail once a month and check my spam folder and if there is a
lot of messages, I have to check the box as no spam and then
they go to my inbox. It's a pain in the neck. I never had this
problem before until I got this new computer. Hope this helps
and other people can suggest something we can do permanently
disable our mail from going to spam.
On 1/31/2020 8:14 PM, Gene wrote:
Does the all mail box show spam messages? Maybe the
message was in spam. The next time you get the message, if it
is in the wrong place, don't move it. Tell us what folder it
is in and you may get suggestions.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, January 31, 2020 8:23 PM
Subject: [TechTalk] a gmail question
I have a newsletter that landed in my all mail box on gmail
instead of in my inbox. I checked the box and then hit the
move it to the inbox and it's there now but how can I insure
go to my inbox from now on and I don't have to go looking for
there are other messages in the all mail box that also ended up
inbox but not the newsletter.
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