Date: 12/2/19 9:38 am From: Hank H <hank.heiberg...> Subject: Re: [Tweeters] Mail STILL going to spam, after a year of trying to fix it
I have the same problem with Yahoo. I was thinking of transferring to Gmail, hoping that it would do a better job. I guess that I won't be doing that. The best that I have come up with is to subscribe to both the individual emails and the group digest. Then I scan the group digest to see what I have missed. This approach has obvious shortcomings, but it is the best I have tried so far.
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> On Dec 2, 2019, at 8:52 AM, dan&erika <danerika...> wrote:
> Vicki and all—
> Let us know what you find about Tweeters and spam. Gmail transfers about a quarter of Tweeter posting into spam. Gmail can not seem to learn that these posts are not spam.
>> On Mon, Dec 2, 2019 at 1:28 AM Vicki Biltz <vickibiltz...> wrote:
>> Nadines request for help with bouncing email has prompted me to again, wonder how I can get my yahoo accounts from tweeters to stay out of spam. I’ve been moving and marking as not spam for over a stinking year now, and it still ends up there. My biggest issue is once moving them, I still cannot open links, like Ed Newbolds today with his photos.
>> I doubt anyone actually has an answer to this. I’ve done what was suggested. And I get individual emails, not group digest. That makes no difference at this point.
>> Any new ideas, I would appreciate. But I would love to be open those links that’s all. This is the time of year I really want all the info up front. I still cannot find the original email about the Mountain Plover, but Scott Downes was kind enough to send That to me.
>> Have a great week!
>> Vicki Biltz
>> Buckley Wa 98321
>> Happy for all those blessed folks that got to love on the Ross Gull before tragedy struck. That’s sure a different way to spend end of this season of Thanksgiving.
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