Changing a mail from the spam folder to the main inbox is a really easy task. Emails often get misplaced and wound up in the spam or trash folders. In the Gmail platform fixing this is simple and fast. Here we are presenting a quick guide with images for better guidance, so you can learn to do this in the event you don’t know how already.
Before we get to the actual guide, take our word of caution. You should always check you spam and trash folders since the Gmail platform automatically deletes every email in those folders every 30 days. You can “restore” or move any email from those folders before it is eliminated for good. Also, keep in mind that Gmail has automatic filters. So, it is likely that if an email was placed in the spam folder there’s a good reason for it.
Below you’ll find a step by step guide on how to change spam mail to inbox in Gmail. You will also find a brief guide on how to prevent this from happening in the future.
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How to change spam mail to inbox in Gmail.
Access you spam folder.
Sign in to your Google Mail account and pay attention to the menu on the left, just under Compose.
In this menu look for the More option and select it.
Select the Spam folder. In the event that you don’t see the spam label, then check towards the top of the list. You should see something like this. Right above Trash.
Change spam mail to inbox.
Look inside the spam folder for the email you want to change to your inbox.
Open the email and be sure to select the checkbox at its right.
To move the desired email to your inbox you want to click the Not spam button. Following this a black banned will appear indicating that the message has been unmarked as spam and subsequently mode to your inbox.
Voila! Now your spam mail has been changed to you inbox in the Gmail platform.
Preventing emails from being tagged as spam.
Now let’s illustrate how you can make sure that your emails are not tagged as spam in the future. In order to do this, you need to create an email filter using the Never send it to Spam option. This is to make sure that the emails pass through the Google spam filter without problems.
In the Gmail platform, select Settings, Filters and then Create a new filter.
Now you want to enter the sender's address in the From field.
Click Create filter with this search.
Select Never send it to spam.
Click on Create Filter.
Done! With this that address emails won’t be subject to the Google spam filter and they will be delivered straight to your inbox.
Hopefully if you didn’t know how to change spam mail to your inbox in Gmail, this guide has taught you how. It is a really simple and fast process that only requires the Gmail platform, to be implemented. Luckily now you know how to change spam mail to inbox in Gmail and how to prevent it from getting to the spam folder in the future. If you like this sort of content and would like to know more, please visit us and read other articles from our blog.
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