I have a problem with incoming emails going to my spam folder instead of inbox.
Even if I set “Flag a message as SPAM but deliver to Inbox” or “Turn off all SPAM filtering”, they still go there. Adding filters, or adding the sender to my address book has no effect.
I called Virgin on 27th Jan, was transferred to 3 different people then got cut off. I called again on 29th Jan and got further, in that the person I spoke to said the issue would be passed to an engineer and they'd look at it the same day.
However, the problem hasn't been solved, and I don't have any support ticket reference, so I can't check whether they looked at it at all, and if so whether they gave up, or decided it was impossible to fix or whatever.
A common factor in the rejected emails is that the mail source contains the line
X-CNFS-Analysis: v=2.4 cv=bLzTnNyZ c=1 s... etc..
followed by X-Spam-Action: folder Spam
Can this pleased be looked at by someone from the forum team? It's not the kind of thing the call centre staff can deal with.
Hi TunbridgeWells, thanks for the message and sorry to hear that you are having issues with the emails, I am glad to hear that this has now been resolved for you. This is still being investiated, please let us know if anything changes for you. Chris