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Extreme fatigue with MAC

MAC & Bronchiectasis | Last Active: Sep 15, 2019 | Replies (310)

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@helem I don't know which email provider you are using. I use gmail. There is a Spam folder where some of my legit messages would go. I can also set up different sub-folders/tabs in my Inbox to separate messages into Primary, Social, Promotion, etc. From time to time, messages would go to wrong sub-folders as well. What I do is to immediately move the messages to the correct folders/sub-folders. It looks like if I do this repeatedly for a few times, the email server is smart enough to get things right after a while. The ones that fall into the Spam folder incorrectly, I have an option to click Not Spam to move them out into the Inbox. If you leave the things as they are and just open them there, they will keep going there because the email server will think that is the right place to put them.

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@ling123 Great explanation!

Here is a post about how to manage your emails and filter them into a folder

[Tip] Filter your Connect emails into a folder https://connect.mayoclinic.org/discussion/tip-filter-your-connect-emails-into-a-folder-1/

For anyone have issues with Connect emails going to Spam, here's how to prevent them from going to spam in Gmail.

1. Open Google Mail and click Settings > Filters and Blocked Addresses > Create a new filter
2. Enter @n1.hubapplication.com in the From field
3. Click Create filter with this search
4. Select Never send it to spam
5. Click Create Filter

If you use a different type of email client (Outlook, Yahoo, etc.), simply google "how to prevent messages from going to spam".