I'm getting a spam warning message
Gmail automatically identifies spam and suspicious emails and marks those emails as spam. When you open your Spam label, you'll see any emails that were marked as spam by you or Gmail. Each email will include a label at the top that explains why it was sent to Spam. In the message below for example, it shows that I clicked on the "Report Spam" button, causing it to go to the spam folder.
Whether you chose to mark an e-mail as spam, or if Google automatically identified it as spam, you can still train Google NOT to mark emails from an individual as spam. Here's how:
If an email was incorrectly marked as spam, follow the steps below to remove it from Spam.
- On your computer, open Gmail.
- On the left, click Spam. If you don't see Spam, click More.
- Open the email.
- At the top of the page, click Not spam.
To stop a message from being sent to Spam in the future, you can:
- Add the sender to your Contacts
- Filter these messages