Answered By: Lora Cowell Last Updated: May 01, 2015 Views: 6
You will need to "tune" Google's spam filter by selecting unwanted messages in your inbox and then clicking on the "report spam" button. (This is shaped like a stop sign with an exclamation point). This procedure helps Google recognize and handle incoming spam more efficiently.
Be sure to check your Gmail spam folder regularly (it is listed under the "Compose" button). If you find messages that are not spam in your spam folder, you can select or open them, and click on the "not spam" button.