Yahoo Mail uses complex filters to decide whether explicit emails are genuine emails or in the event that it should regard them as junk mail and send them to the spam folder. Each email is examined, and SpamGuard, a computerized sifting framework, settles on the choice. At times, this choice isn’t right, and significant emails from your customers and representatives may wind up in the Spam organizer. To keep future emails from a similar sender from setting off to the Spam folder automatically, you have to stamp the email as “Not Spam.”
Navigate to Yahoo Mail, log in to your Yahoo account and click the “Spam” folder. Junk emails are stored in this folder.
2.Click the email that was wrongfully treated as junk mail to open it.
Click the “Not Spam” button in the toolbox to immediately send the email to the Inbox folder. Emails from the same sender will not be treated as junk mail anymore and will be sent to the Inbox folder.
- To protect you, images are not displayed in emails that are in the Spam folder; this behavior can be changed from the Mail Settings page.
On the off chance that you incidentally banner an inappropriate message as “Not Spam,” open the email, click “Spam” in the tool compartment and snap “Report Spam” to move the email back to the Spam organizer and train SpamGuard to regard emails from the sender as junk mail.