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Technology Tip: Rescuing Messages

Ever get a message during the day that you just KNOW went to spam? No need to wait until the next day to fish it out . . . here’s how:

  • Find and open a spam mail summary. If you deleted it, you may open it from your trash.
  • If you don’t see a link at the top that says CLICK HERE, go to View and select HTML. If and when you do see that link, click on it.
  • You’ll get a list of emails that have been caught by the filter since the summary was sent.
  • Find the one you are looking for, click Not Spam. The message will go to your mailbox.

Here’s the full story in PDF form: Spam Today!

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