Email app

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    Looking for an email app, mainly I want the ability to sent stuff the the junk folder and mark it forever...to much junk incoming...any suggestions?

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    Does marking as junk in the default Mail not move it to right folder? I've just been using the Mail app. As an alternative, I hear lots of hype about Mailbox, though I haven't used it.
     
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    One good way to reduce the amount of spam you receive is to run all your email through a gmail account. Gmail has excellent spam filtering that should stop nearly all of it at the server. If you're not a gmail user now, get a free gmail account and forward your other email addresses to it, then set your mail client(s) to fetch it all from gmail. While you're at it, switch to IMAP if you're still using POP.

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    100% True :thumbs: Gmail has an extremely strong spam filtering I used to follow the same forwarded "trick" until google started to filter out my in-company forwarded mails, all come from the same address same ip, and google does not care I always marked it as "not spam" they kept doing it, until I cut them from my line :p
     
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    Did you create a "not spam" filter in gmail (i.e., a whitelist) for your company messages?

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    I have not realized (until now), I could do that in gmail :D
    I'll try it thanks for the advice:thumbs:
     

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