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Originally posted by arunswarup Why the f**k does Yahoo put gmail emails into spam?
it is *so* annoying...i send an important mail & completely forget that the recipient is a Yahoo mail user....
& the mail lost among the large volume of spam in his/her bulk mail folder
that is unfair .... is there nothing we can do?
I do believe that Yahoo Mail has the option for you to mark the email as not spam. Perhaps this is just their way of displaying their bitterness towards a company that is making more money than them... perhaps their just jealous..
My vote is not using yahoo. I stopped using them when the very first popup cam out from their site. They have constantly been trying to find ways to have very intrusive ads and send out plenty of spam themselves and they turn around and point the finger any everyone else. Same reasons I won't use hotmail or AOL.