Most of the times when we see our Gmail, find some of the mails in spam and every time the question rise in our minds that why is this message in spam? This happens mostly with the messages for which we thinks that they should definitely made their way through the inbox and end up in electronic purgatory instead. So why Google algorithm picks certain legal messages to filter, while leaving the vast majority arrive unharmed, untouched? The answer we can find atop each message as spam, displayed with the simplest of explanations, that normally fails to provide any actual imminent as to the email assigned delivery. Such rubbish gems as “It’s similar to messages that were detected by our spam filters,” “It contains content that’s typically used in spam messages” or “Many people marked similar messages as spam” now await you each above note, apparently assigned just as offhandedly as the emails themselves.
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