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6:04 pm on Jul 31, 2005 (gmt 0)

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Hi there

I have a question.

I got a gmail account as my ISP filters out almost all international e-mail and 50% of my client base is worldwide.

Google allows me to get all my e-mails though a few valids do end up in spam..

1. How do I get Gmail to stop dumping weekly newsletters that I want into spam?

2. Gmail now attaches messages between client A and myself with messages between Client B and myself.

How do I get this to stop? How do I seperate these messages so I can archive them individually to their perspective client label?

Thank you for any help and I know this isn't the G-mail forum but seems the best & easiest way to get answers from those who know.

Thank you


9:27 am on Aug 2, 2005 (gmt 0)

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1. If you mark a few of these e-mails as not being spam then GMail will learn not to mark them as spam in the future

2. Not quite sure why it would be doing that. Remember that forwarding or replying to an e-mail is still part of a conversation even though it may be going to a completely seperate address.


10:53 am on Aug 2, 2005 (gmt 0)

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Hi Bordslide

Thank you for the reply/

I have a newsletter each week from WebProNews that is delivered into the spam box.. and each week I mark the checkbox and tell gmail it is not spam. I even go in and tell them to always display the images as well.. Going on 12 weeks and still delivered to my spam box.

I also remember the part about conversations following even when going to a different e-mail address, but I thought that was for cases where the person had two e-mail addresses (Work Home)

But I don't want the discussion of bonuses 1 client is paying me, going to another client...so what I am now forced to do is instead of keeping the messages grouped I now have to go compose new e-mails...

I was thrilled when G mail was started as it allowed me to get e-mail from international clients (My ISP almost always blocked these) and would allow me to be more organzied.....now it is beginning to be more unmanageble than my ISP.......

Thank you



9:06 am on Aug 9, 2005 (gmt 0)

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1. If you mark a few of these e-mails as not being spam then GMail will learn not to mark them as spam in the future

Not true from my experience. Gmail has been deleting some of my newsletters for over a year now...I've told them over 365 times that something is not spam...when do you think they'll catch on? Gmail's "not spam" feature does not learn at all from my experience.

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