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They use the Streaming API in order to get a real-time feed of all Tweets containing certain words, expressions or hashtags (it's like a real-time search), then they can retweet or reply if they want to. If you don't want unauthorized people to see your Tweets, then change your account to Protected in your Account settings; that will only allow people who ...


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You can submit spam, phishing and malware blogs to the form at the bottom of this page for review by Google: https://support.google.com/blogger/answer/42577?hl=en


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Yes! Gmail will automatically delete messages in the Spam folder after they have been sitting there for 30 days:


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The reason Gmail's built-in filters won't work in this situation is because they can't be applied to the "X-Forwarded-For" header. That header is where the "via" domain info is stored. My solution was to use a Google Apps Script to check my inbox every few minutes and automatically filter out messages sent via a specific domain. It actually works really ...


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Filters on headers are extremely limited and don't allow to do what you want. See Gmail advanced search for the list of filter operators.


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It does not. If you want the emails flagged as spam to be forwarded, create a filter on some gibberish like -sdflkmdfl87987 (meaning all emails that don't contain "sdflkmdfl87987") that includes all emails you're likely to receive and check "Never send it to Spam".


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I am very sorry to say that what you are looking for is currently not possible. That's just how facebook is designed. Having said that I would personally advise you to not worry about such a petty matter.


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Not really, no. The only way is to use a unique email address on every single website and then see where (else) that address gets used. Some email providers let you use extended addressing where you append + and some string to your email username. For instance, if the CEO of Google wanted to know if his email address was being leaked by Yahoo, he might sign ...


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The reason this happens is because Gmail uses its filters in order, until the first filter matches the mail. If the first matching filter was found, Gmail will stop finding other filters that match. So the algorithm used by Gmail is the following (simplified, but still technical): for every filter loop if filter matches mail do do filter action ...


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Is there a way I can just set my profile to totally block all x-rated profiles? I can also tell that a lot of them are spam and it's just getting out of hand. I thought it wasn't suppose to be like that. Twitter doesn't provide you a way to do so, so no that's not possible right now


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In the Gmail app, go to your Spam folder, highlight one of those notifications, and click the "Not Spam" button. This should tell Gmail to not use the address it came from as spam again. If you do not have any of those on hand, have one of those notifications sent to you again, and try the above.


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@Steve, according to this post from 2012, Google doesn't allow you to disable spam moderation in free Google Groups. You can disable it in Google Groups for Business by following these directions, although I know that doesn't directly help you in this situation. I assume that you are getting an email from Google around 3 days after the "spam" mail is caught ...


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Removing the "spam" label and/or adding the "Inbox" label aren't enough to tell Gmail that the message isn't spam. You need to hit that "Not Spam" button. This is used as a signal for Google to improve its spam filters. However, since you say you already use that button and message still get sent back to the spam label, something else is happening. Perhaps ...


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There seem to be 4 options: fake name, annoying, fake account, and business. These accounts are probably fake (but that's difficult to prove) but definitely business (and also annoying but I doubt if that would be effective). If you're in for some exploration and have enough spam accounts to report, choose the option randomly from the most plausible ...


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It's a strong possible. For that particular promoted tweet, it will send a signal back that it should not come up again: Dismiss the Tweet: If you see a Promoted Tweet that you no longer want to see, you can dismiss it to remove it right away. This action provides Twitter with feedback about the advertiser and prevents that particular Promoted Tweet ...



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