| Is it possible to not filter contacts emails even if they trigger one of my spam filters?

Is it possible to not filter contacts emails even if they trigger one of my spam filters?

starman asked:


I have spam filters for some common words (for example, “shop” in the subject line) so I would like to not apply my spam filters when one of my contacts sends me an email. Is there a way to not apply filters to certain senders?
I understand that I can use a filter to send mail from one specific email address to a folder, However, that uses up filters fast and is painful to set up for many addresses.

What I am interested in is sending mail from anyone in my contact list to a folder. Is it possible to do that?

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One Response to “Is it possible to not filter contacts emails even if they trigger one of my spam filters?”

  1. echinopsis on May 29th, 2009 11:22 am

    Add all contacts to your address book. Sign into your mail account, on the left under “check mail” you’ll see “folders” (add - edit), click “add” and make as many folders as you need. Name them however you like. Now click on “options” on your main mail page (in the top right corner), go to “filters”, select from the options you are given. Now you can have emails sent to any folder you wish…
    I’m not 100% certain if this helps with your problem, but creating a filter for special addresses should override any spam filter settings - at least that’s a logical assumption…