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Created by Lucas Kern

Learn German Easily

Created by Lucas Kern

If my emails accidently end up in the spam folder => unmark the spam!

Allow me to explain: ISPs (Internet service provider) like Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail etc. need to decide when an email comes in, if you want that email or not. If they think you don’t want that email it will go straight to your spam folder.

Note: Confirmation and course emails are sent out automatically to many people!

Sending out many automated emails is something that also spammer would do. And to be on the save side ISPs like Gmail often (not always) forward those emails directly to the Bulk/Spam/Junk folder (or Gmail’s Promotion Tab). And now the ISP let you decide and wait if you unmark the spam or not. Only if you unmark the spam the emails will be sent to your inbox. If you don’t take action all further emails will also land in the spam folder or won’t be delivered at all in the future.

So I want you to take action: 

  • If you don’t want further emails from me, please just unsubscribe by using the link that you find in any of my emails at the bottom. If you don’t want my emails anymore it makes no sense for me to send you further emails.
  • However, if you want to receive further emails from me, please have a closer look at your spam folder, scroll down, look if you find any emails from me and then unmark the spam to make sure that you will receive further emails from me.

Here is how you do this for example in your Gmail account. In the left sidebar is a link „More“. Click this to see more folders and also the spam folder:

Step 1: Click „More“ and then the spam folder.

Step 2: Look for my emails and check them.

Step 3: Click the „Not spam“ button.

This will switch the emails to your inbox and allow future messages to get through.

I also want to encourage you to add my email address to your contacts or address book

This is also an indication for ISPs that you want to receive emails from my address. And besides, I’m sure you will have questions every now and then 🙂 

Lucas.Kern@Leicht-Deutsch-Lernen.com 

Lucas Kern