[amsat-bb] Re: Are you missing ANS issues?
wouterweg at gmail.com
Thu Aug 29 07:31:44 PDT 2013
Hi Alan and BB,
I also noticed this in GMAIL. It is important that people press the "not
spam" button in GMAIL, so that the smart filters do not detect it as spam
I believe Google aggregates these button presses and adjusts the filters.
So if enough people detect it as not being spam, it will get off the list.
Spam filtering is always a delicate task...especially in radio amateur
E-mails, where all the Q-codes and acronyms do not produce valid,
grammatically correct sentences ;)
On Wed, Aug 28, 2013 at 9:10 PM, Alan <wa4sca at gmail.com> wrote:
> Several people have reported that they did not receive their ANS mailings
> recently. It turns out that
> Gmail decided to flag them as spam. Unfortunately, there is no way to
> turn off (that I have been able
> to find) the Gmail filter except by specific exemption. I created a Not
> Spam filter for [ans] in the
> subject and the missing ones reappeared. Many email systems subscribe to
> services which track spam,
> so if you are missing ANS but use another email provider you may be able
> to do something similar.
> The issues are available on AMSAT.ORG under the Services link.
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