Apple Junk Mail folder, I wish I could quit you. Why can't I?
April 3, 2014 9:53 AM Subscribe
I have a Mac (Mavericks) and iPhone (iOS 7), and I use the Mac mail client for both. My email is hosted on Google for domains. Some time in the past few months, my mail has started putting perfectly legitimate mail into my Junk folder. It's not marked as junk- I've turned off junk mail filtering altogether, so I don't even have that option anymore, and by my logic nothing should wind up in my Junk folder at all
at this point. How can I get my mail to behave properly?
posted by mkultra to Computers & Internet (3 answers total)
All of the mail that gets routed to my Junk folder is either mailing list-related, or an otherwise automated email from an app. Some similar kinds of emails do make it to my Inbox, and sometimes mail from sources that usually land in Junk do make it to my Inbox.
When I look at my email through the Google web interface, those messages are not there- they're not in the Google junk folder, they don't exist there at all. My Junk folder does seem to be in sync across my Mac and iPhone, though.