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    Gathering Feedback  ·  84 comments  ·  AOL Mail » Spam  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Anonymous commented  · 

    It's a waste of time and energy to continually have to manually move messages from spam to inbox in order to receive them thru pop server. Your spam filter sucks, and never learns well enough.

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    It is vital that spam filtering be turned off. Your spam filter sucks, and is blocking important emails. I have to continually check for messages improperly placed in the spam folder where it must be manually moved to the inbox in order for my mail client to retrieve it.

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    38 comments  ·  AOL Mail » Spam  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    By continually using the Not Spam button, you are training your spam filter and our systems to recognize important emails. Additionally, if you are using an email application, like Outlook, Mac Mail, Windows Mail, or the mail app on your mobile device, please check the incoming mail filters in the application’s settings, and change the filters, so that all new emails are kept in the Inbox.

    In order to block incoming emails from an entire domain, go to mail.aol.com – Options – Mail Settings – Spam Settings – and add the domain name (e.g. @example.com) inside the “Block Mail From Addresses I Specify” field, click the plus button, then Save Settings.

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