emails go to trash

Discussion in 'Computers and Stuff' started by jimbo, Dec 17, 2012.

  1. jimbo

    jimbo Plumber

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    I have a recent contact who I am exchanging emails with,....but even after adding him to my contact list, his emails are routed directly to my TRASH folder. NOT the SPAM, but TRASH. Can't figure this out. His email provider is ymail.com not gmail, but ymail Apparently this is "son of Yahoo" but my yahoo certainly doesn't like him!!!!

    Any ideas??
  2. u.s.coins

    u.s.coins New Member

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    no idea but i could send you a link to a forum i frequent that has some very smart computer geeks that would probably steer you right. ;) let me know here or PM.

    steve
    Last edited: Dec 30, 2012
  3. jimbo

    jimbo Plumber

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    Sure...love to try it,
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    u.s.coins New Member

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  5. DonL

    DonL Jack of all trades

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    I did not know you still had problems.

    Guess you are using Microsoft Mail ?
  6. Undfusk

    Undfusk New Member

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    I have never seen such problem of email going to thrash. Need to search a lot to find right answer
    Last edited: Feb 27, 2013
  7. GG_Mass

    GG_Mass Member

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    Jimbo,
    Who is you email provider ?
    Are you using your web browser to check mail, or , are you using a client (like Outlook, Thunderbird .. ) ?
  8. Cookie

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    Do you have it set up in your email where, you have any emails directed to the trash that is similar? I have a few email addresses that I set up that goes directly to the trash and doesn't even collect 200 for going past Go... lol. And, I noticed, that similar addresses get routed there as well, but, a small price to pay for peace.
  9. DonL

    DonL Jack of all trades

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    There is really no reliable way to detect Spam.

    Most filters will make a best guess. It is best to check your trash and permanently delete real Spam Manually. Move the good stuff to another folder.

    Just having something in your signature can mark your Email as spam, Because it can be seen as a attachment.


    Have Fun Everyone.

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