Daniel, I recommend GMAIL. It automatically sorts this forum in to a
On Wed, Mar 6, 2019 at 1:09 PM Daniel Koller via Groups.Io <kaboomdk=
This is a test for me to make sure I am re-subscribed, and a warning
to others to be careful.
I use Yahoo mail to read my tekscopes group messages (perhaps I should
not use Yahoo Mail). This morning I *accidentally* clicked on a message
and reported it as spam, then immediately restored it to my inbox realizing
it was the wrong one. It seems groups.io is on a hair trigger because it
sent me the message below. This must be a new setting because...
...I have accidentally reported messages from Tekscopes as spam before,
and this has not happened, and some Tekscopes messages regularly end up in
my spam folder anyway, and I have to check there from time to time. So,
wonder if Yahoo is now reporting when you move a message to spam, or
groups.io is now recording when yahoo sends such a report.
Either way, heads up to everyone that the system is sensitive!
Dennis, is there a way to set up the groups.io system so that it takes
3 or so reports of spam before groups.io unsubscribes a user? Thanks,
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Wednesday, March 6, 2019, 10:23:58 AM ESTSubject: You have been removed
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