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how do i turn off spam warning permanately on one only email

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spam warning is attached to Woolworths emails promoting specials, can this be turned off for one only type email permantly

spam warning is attached to Woolworths emails promoting specials, can this be turned off for one only type email permantly

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Add the sender to the address book on the webmail portal for the account, so the sender isn't blocked at the server end, and also in your TB address book if you're using TB's junk controls.

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Hi Alan, I think it would be a feature of your webmail site (the website where you are reading your email), rather than a feature of Firefox itself. Can you find a setting on the site to trust the sender?

If your question is about the Thunderbird email program and not Firefox, a moderator can move your question.

Hi Alan, I think it would be a feature of your webmail site (the website where you are reading your email), rather than a feature of Firefox itself. Can you find a setting on the site to trust the sender? If your question is about the Thunderbird email program and not Firefox, a moderator can move your question.
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Yes, it should have been Thunderbird, so thanks fpr the reply & I will keep searching

Yes, it should have been Thunderbird, so thanks fpr the reply & I will keep searching
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Add the sender to the address book on the webmail portal for the account, so the sender isn't blocked at the server end, and also in your TB address book if you're using TB's junk controls.

Add the sender to the address book on the webmail portal for the account, so the sender isn't blocked at the server end, and also in your TB address book if you're using TB's junk controls.
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Thank you to sfhowes for the solution, Alan

Thank you to sfhowes for the solution, Alan
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