The other day I found dozens of emails from my various genealogy and DNA mailing lists in my spam folder. This was most annoying. In many email programs you can put email addresses on a “white list” so that they do not go to spam. With Gmail you need to use the filter function to make sure that emails from your lists never go to spam. Here’s how.
- Open a message from the mailing list
- Click on the More button above the emails to get a menu with “Filter messages like these” and click on that.
- Another box will come up with the sending email or words that identify this message type