How to Send Spam to Spam Folder in Yahoo Mail

  1. Even the strong Yahoo Mail spam filter doesn’t catch everything
  2. How to Send Lots of Emails to Spam: Yahoo Mail
  3. Avoid spam?

Even the strong Yahoo Mail spam filter doesn’t catch everything

If you can barely see your regular email because your Yahoo Mail inbox is flooded with junk bulk email, it’s time to do something about it. Yahoo Mail has an effective filtering system that aims to sort through most of the unwanted bulk emails before getting them into your Yahoo Mail account, but some will make it through.

How to Send Lots of Emails to Spam: Yahoo Mail

You have to manually flag spam that enters your inbox. This moves the offending email to a separate folder and gives Yahoo information it can use to fine-tune its filtering system for future emails. With open email:

  1. Log in to your Yahoo Mail account and go to your inbox.

  2. Check the boxes next to all the emails you want to spam.

  3. Press the button spam in the toolbar at the top of your inbox.

  4. Email messages are moved to the Spam folder and senders are marked as spammers. In addition, the content of emails you mark as spam will help Yahoo Mail filter more spam from your inbox in the future.

  5. If you change your mind or accidentally mark an email from a trusted sender as spam, go to the folder spam check the box next to the email message and then click No spam † on the toolbar.

If an email is spam or you have manually marked it as spam in the past and are still receiving it, open it and click spam in the action icon bar above the email field. Select Report spam in the menu that opens. The email will be moved to the Spam folder and Yahoo Mail will be notified. No other action is required.

Avoid spam?

Despite Yahoo’s best efforts, spam can escape. There are several ways to reduce the amount of spam you receive.

  • Don’t respond to senders you don’t know.

  • Do not give your personal email address.

  • Do not respond to spam emails requesting deletion. This simply tells the sender that a real person opened the email.

  • Use an email alias when shopping online so that you can easily identify store spam when it arrives.

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