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After reliably receiving email from my daughter for years (on a yahoo.com account), I now find that her messages ae landing in my SPAM folder. Whatever could be causing that? How does Yahoo (or any mail provider) decide what is Spam?   Thanks.  .... batpark

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How the Top 4 Email Providers Determine What Is and Isn’t Spam

More like this: https://www.google.c...s spam detected

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Does she also use a Yahoo mail? The point is that if she's sending a lot of letters from this mail (due to her job or something) the provider can mark her as a potential spam.

Moreover the letters may be sent automatically if she was infected. There are really many possible reasons for that and it's hard to predict.

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