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Windows 7: Strategy to identify spam received by support@mydomain?

15 Sep 2016   #1

Windows 7 x64
Strategy to identify spam received by support@mydomain?

In Gmail I receive email from an account on my domain. I added a filter to capture mail to support@mydomain to a folder. Right away I received an unwanted web hosting promotion and a note by Gmail saying "This message was not sent to Spam because of a filter you created. [Edit Filters]"

Gmail is able see that message as spam and would have sent it to [spam] if I hadn't filtered-to-folder messages addressed to support@mydomain. Does anyone know how I might automatically detect such unwanted mail and not filter it to [support]?

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