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How to mark a message as SPAM - Gmail

Marking an email as SPAM

 

There are two ways to do this.


1) This first is from your inbox. If you have identified an email as spam, select it’s checkbox, and click the stop sign with an exclamation point. This will mark the message as spam and it will be reported as such to Google. It will also move the message to your spam folder

 2) The second is from within the message. You can open it, and then click on the stop sign with an exclamation point, this will mark the message as spam and it will be reported as such to Google. It will also move the message to your spam folder

3) If you accidentally mark a message as spam, you can undo it by going to your spam folder

4) Then you can select the message you accidentally marked as spam, select it and click “Not spam”

SOURCE MATERIAL:


https://support.google.com/mail/answer/190737?hl=en

 

 

 

Last Updated: 07/30/15

 

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