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Well itt may be some certain words.
Even google marks some of these messages as spam from time to
I always clear the junk folders daily and check.
Mark a message as spam enough times or not and google should
On 7/01/2021 3:26 pm, Brian Vogel
Before I begin, let me say clearly that I do understand that it is
possible that an e-mail service provider may mark a Groups.io
message as spam incorrectly, and when this happens, I implore you
to contact your provider and tell them that they need to stop
doing so. No Groups.io message can be spam, by definition,
because you must subscribe to receive it. No subscription-only
messages can be spam, because spam is unsolicited and unwanted
email. So if that's happened, let them know that's not OK.
Now, on to the central point, which is about a member of any
Groups.io actually marking a message as spam/junk because they
don't like the content, are bored with a long topic, or similar:
DON'T DO IT. When you mark a message, any message, as spam, this
is not just dumping it in to the spam folder in your e-mail
client, but starts a feedback cascade where that information is
shared with your e-mail service provider and where that message is
added for possible inclusion for spam matching criteria, and these
get shared among email services. If only a few people report a
Groups.io message (or that from any other subscription service) as
spam in rapid succession, it can end up in all messages from that
service being blocked by multiple email providers.
Groups.io gives you the ability to exquisitely control the
messages you receive, and if you want to stop content for a single
topic use the Mute this Topic option to do that.
The above is triggered because I, as a member of group
administration, received the following message from Groups.io:
Subscriber was removed for marking a message as spam
This is to notify you that xxx@... has been unsubscribed
from your group email@example.com because
message Re: Admin's Notes Re List Conduct,
Please Read was marked as spam. Note that this may have
been done by their email service provider, not by the individual
member personally. They've been given a link that lets them
quickly resubscribe, in case this was an error.
If you have any questions, please visit our help center.
You will often end up being unsubscribed from a group if you mark
any message as spam, because anyone getting messages should know
that the only way they should be getting them is because they
chose to subscribe.
So, please, do not ever intentionally mark a message from
Groups.io or any subscription-only email service as spam, and if
your email service does this automatically, please contact their
support and tell them to remove Groups.io from their spam
blacklist, since anyone must subscribe to get any Groups.io
Brian - Windows
10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 20H2, Build 19042
The depths of denial one can be
pushed to by outside forces of disapproval can make you not
even recognize yourself to yourself.
~ Brian Vogel