I am being spammed to death right now. Dozens of mails per day wanting me to gamble or buy gummies.
I NEED a rudimentary spam filter that I can tell to simply delete, not move to spam but delete, mails that contain words like Casino, Spins, Gummies etc.
These already get filtered to the Spam folder, but often there’s more stuff in the Spam folder by mistake that I need to verify and it is getting progressively harder to do that. I already missed an important mail in over 350 Spam mails because I couldn’t see the trees through the forest anymore.
I am not going to buy an email program (already am a double Pro user) and then fork over even more every month just to filter the Spam a little bit more automated.
I do not need you to be as clever as big cloud machines with their AI, just a simple filter like mentioned to weed (another spam topic) out the most obvious and numerous emails like these.
NEED a rudimentary spam filter that I can tell to simply delete, not move to spam but delete, mails that contain words like Casino, Spins, Gummies etc.
These already get filtered to the Spam folder, but often there’s more stuff in the Spam folder by mistake that I need to verify and it is getting progressively harder to do that.
Sounds like your mail server ai engine “is working as intended” as it’s automatically moving those emails to the spam folder which in turn mirrors that in eM Client, but obviously ai spam mailbox engines are not infallible where sometimes real emails can get moved into your server spam / junk folder as you said.
You normally then just mark real emails in the spam / junk folder online in your mailbox as “not spam” and your online mailbox will then learn for future so it goes in your inbox next time.
That seems to work for me. I personally use Gmail and Microsoft mailboxes and very rarely now ever get real emails in the spam / junk folders. They also automatically delete spam and trash after approx 30days, so allways give you time to get anything out if need be.
If you are getting 300+ spam emails a day, “and they are from a specific email address or addresses”, suggest to setup a block on those email addresses or domains at your mailbox server end (if you haven’t tried that already).
However if they are from all different email addresses “and are constantly changing”, I would suggest to contact your mail server technical support to see if they can possibly block the spammers sending IP addresses.
Give them a list of the email addresses you have and what’s in the subject and body of the emails, and they can backtrack that to get their IP addresses. If they a full on spammers that could be also affecting other mailbox users which they will want to stop. So report that activity to them.