An I.T. question

Discussion in 'General' started by David-imoddavid, Dec 1, 2017.

  1. David-imoddavid

    David-imoddavid Well-Known Member

    If a person with an " @bellsouth.net" email addy marks an email from me (@yahoo.com) as spam/junk, do all subsequent email automatically go to the spam folder?

    Yes, I am technologically challenged.
     
  2. Jedb

    Jedb Professional Novice :-)

    Yes, they have added your particular email address (ex: David.Imo@yahoo.com) to the list that filters email, and any future emails from you will be directed to their spam folder.

    The recipient's address (@bellsouth.net) doesn't matter, since they are controlling their own inbox. It could just as easily be @company.com, and them flagging your email as spam would work the same way.
     
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  3. Clay

    Clay Well-Known Member

    Not only that, they've somewhat flagged you for review. Therefore, all potential emails to yahoo addresses could be flagged and sent to spam.
     
  4. Mot Okstef

    Mot Okstef Scrolling all day long on RRW.com

    Just like your and you're, it's IT. :p

    If someone marks your e-mail as spam, it ALWAYS goes to their spam folder until they change the setting. Are you new to modern technology? :Poke:
     
  5. Venom51

    Venom51 John Deere Equipment Expert - Not really

    Depends on the filtering mechanism and where that filtering mechanism takes place along with a fairly large number reasons for filtering. Are we talking client side filtering or server side filtering.
     
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  6. BigBird

    BigBird blah

  7. David-imoddavid

    David-imoddavid Well-Known Member

    Pushing 67 years so yes. Have learned not to be afraid to ask advice when I don't understand something - finally
     
  8. David-imoddavid

    David-imoddavid Well-Known Member

    I skerd o clowns.
     
  9. David-imoddavid

    David-imoddavid Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the help guys - I appreciate it.
     

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