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How do I keep certain emails in Thunderbird from going into the spam folder


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#1 floyd

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Posted 22 December 2010 - 04:16 PM

I use TB 3.1 and Gmail. I don't have a spam folder in TB, (I thought I use to have but I don't anymore for whatever reason), but when I go to Gmail directly I find emails from certain sites I don't want to ignore. How can I keep certain emails from being recognized as spam when they are not. It seems to happen mostly wit email newsletters from one or 2 of by senders.
Can anyone help? I'd appreciate it.
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Posted 22 December 2010 - 06:30 PM

Take a look at the following: Using filters in Gmail.

This should explain and help you do what you want.

Gmail's filters allow you to manage the flow of incoming messages. Using filters, you can automatically label, archive, delete, star, or forward your mail, even keep it out of Spam -- all based on a combination of keywords, sender, recipients, and more.


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