You know, maybe we should sit down. I got through the mail in the bread day is about 100 emails. 50 spam 50 normal. Almost never wrong. I suspect that little need to acquire contacts and correspondence. Then it will be better.
Cleo.Jacobs answered on October 8th 19 at 01:25
Otklucheni anti-spam in Gmail no. There is a well-known method — the rules create a new, all recipients not to send spam.
Florine_Yundt answered on October 8th 19 at 01:27
For a unique letter recipients no other way. And for regular emails filters will help.
Lura.Mor answered on October 8th 19 at 01:29
You need to understand why messages are in spam folder. Perhaps this is due to the nature of your work (do not think anything bad — for example, if you work in advertising, for obvious reasons, some email will go to spam). The second option is to get spam emails from a specific subnet or a specific domain which has been blacklisted by Google. In General, to answer your question need samples of the problematic letters, including the service information.
Winnifred_Balistreri answered on October 8th 19 at 01:31
add the sender to your contact list. there's a button in the email
elissa_Kshlerin answered on October 8th 19 at 01:33
The spam filter learns quickly enough, if you check the "clean" emails manually ("This is not spam"). Plus, as said above, add senders to the contact list. In extreme cases, filters, they are quite powerful and easily created.
Carey_Pouros answered on October 8th 19 at 01:35
Filters, requiring the letter be noted with an asterisk (and all custom, I think), trigger early GA spam filter: if "your" key words the letter was an asterisk and then the spam filter put it in the spam, in the spam it will still be the star.
1. Make a filter with "your" words and phrases
2. Remember in the left menu search for "in:spam is:starred"
And as much remember it all, the displayed message and click on do not spamnyh messages "not spam". And Yes, it is quite a study — four years to use that much.