How to Filter Spam in Gmail
Gmail has given its users a feature filtering mails and messages. You can use Gmail’s filter to send email to archive, label, star, delete, or automatically forward your mail. You will just need to create a filter in Gmail.Here is how you can Filter Spam in Gmail.
To filter spam in Gmail, you can follow these steps:
- You need to sign in to your Google Admin console by using an administrator account.You can’t use your regular gmail account.You can login to it through this https://admin.google.com/accountchooser?consumerAccountUsed=true
- If you have no G Suite account then you can add one by choosing any one gmail account. After you sign in your account, form the Admin console dashboard, you need to go for the “Apps” and inside it “G Suite”.
- Again, you will need to go for the “gmail” insider it and inside Gmail, you need to click on the “Advance settings”. Then you need to scroll after that. Scroll until you see “Spam” section.Inside it, you will get the “Configure” text, you need to click on it.
- Then you just need to take your mouse over the settings and then you need to click on the “Edit” or “Add another” option. There you need to enter a unique name for the new settings.
- To organize more aggressive spam filtering, check the “Be more aggressive when filtering spam” case. If you choice this option, it’s possible that more messages will be marked as spam and sent to your users’ spam folders.
- To avoid spam filters for messages from users in the equal organization, check the “Bypass spam filters for messages received from internal senders” case.Then you need to click the “Add Settings” option and at the bottom of the Gmail Advance setting page, you will get the “Save” button.
You need to click on that button to save the changes and it may take you upto an hour for the changes to make effect.