16 thoughts to “Gmail Spam Filters & Whitelisting”

  1. Steve, thanks for bringing the matter to light. But I expected you to clarify the very reason why descent emails end up in spam.

  2. Thank you for this vid, The Report Not Spam is useless for me as well. No idea why Google has made it annoying to whitelist email items.

  3. Thanks, Steve. It's nice to know I'm not the lone ranger. I've been head to head with the big 'G' for several years now over this very issue. FYI, you still can't trust them, even after all that work! You STILL need to watch your s*pam bin like a hawk. Onward and upward!

  4. Thanks for the video. I am now going through and making sure that 'Never send to spam' is set on my existing filters.

  5. As Monty Python put it so eloquently, "I don't like SPAM !!!" Thx for the heads-up … and the tip, Steve 😉

  6. Thanks – great info. I was only doing that first step and as you said, it's didn't really fix the problem.

  7. Thanks, Steve. I had the same thing happen to me about a week ago. (Stuck at home) I decided to check my spam folder. Wow. That's where those emails were going! I was just clicking "not spam". I will use your suggestion and fix it properly.

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