Cloudeight InfoAve Premium – Issue #696 – Available Online

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Cloudeight InfoAve Premium – Issue #696 – Available Online

Our Cloudeight InfoAve Premium, issue #696, was sent to all subscribers on February 10, 2016.

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2 thoughts on “Cloudeight InfoAve Premium – Issue #696 – Available Online

  1. David

    How does one clear the spam folder? I have 235 entries there. Also how does one get to the spam folder? I go to the search bar and type in spam folder and get in that way
    Many thanks David

    1. infoave Post author

      I don’t have enough info to answer your question. It depends on what you view email in – a program? A web browser? Email gets to the spam folder because either your ISP (most probable) is using spam filtering and decides for you what mail is spam. This is not a good situation – you don’t want other people or scripts or programs making decisions as to what mail is good and what mail is not That’s why we recommend Gmail. If Gmail mistakenly puts your email the spam folder you can mark it not spam and it will go into your inbox.

      If I don’t know what mail application your using or what web mail you’re using, I can’t tell you how to find the spam folder. Gmail hides the spam folder – you have to click “More labels” to see the spam folders. Some mail services and ISP label spam as “bulk” or “junk”.


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