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Wrong again not using TB spam, Imap.. Under the inbox you will
find gmail. Do a right arrow and down you will find spam.
On 9/28/2021 12:35 PM, Gene wrote:
I looked in the context menu and found nothing earlier.
Perhaps you see what you are reporting if you have the
Thunderbird spam filter in the program turned on and a
message ends up in the Thunderbird spam filter. I never use
the filter in the program itself and I see nothing such as
Sent: Tuesday, September 28, 2021 11:27 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Messages Being Marked As
Spam - What You Can Do #adminnotice
Must not of looked to hard.
In TB go to the message that is marded as spam in the
Now hit your application key or shift+f10 for the context
menu and arrow down to mark, right arrow and down arrow to
"NOT SPAM" hit enter and your done.
On 9/27/2021 10:07 PM, Gene
My guess is that you aren’t doing anything that
affects GMail when you do this in the client. Mhy
guess is that your program is running a spam filter
and you are telling the program itself not to place
the message in the program’s spam folder.
When I am on the GMail site, there is a not spam
button. When I look at my spam mail using
Thunderbird, I am seeing the GMail spam folder
because I don’t run one in my e-mail program, there
is no not spam option in the e-mail program itself.
Sent: Monday, September 27, 2021
Subject: Re: [nvda] Messages Being
Marked As Spam - What You Can Do #adminnotice
I mark the e-mail messages as “not spam”
from my E-mail client, because they seem to go
right back into spam if I mark them from the
gmail web interface. Don’t ask me why. This
is pure speculation, but maybe the feedback
loop works better when created from an E-mail