I searched but I only saw a 28 page count in a thread called tips and tricks and I did not want to go through all of those for my answer.
I'm trying to wean myself off my laptop and only use it for copying DVD's or converting DVD's to view on the iPad.
One thing it seams I still have to go back to the laptop for is to mark spam emails in my Gmail or Yahoo account so I don't have to see them in my iPad inbox again from the same spammer again.
I'm using pop email accounts currently as I have not had the time to change them over to IMAP. I saved threads on how to do it once I want to spend the effort to convert both accounts.
But for now is there a way on my iPad to indicate an email is spam? I know I can transfer the email to the spam folder but I don't know if that did the trick like it does on my laptop when I make the email spam.
On none of the email Yahoo, Google, Comcast accounts I receive emails from on my iPad Air, can I mark emails as junk. All junk icons are grayed out. I have to go to my iMac to mark emails as junk. Whhyyyyyyy?
I have a shared email account on my Mac and iPad. When checking email on the Mac no spam, when checking email on iPad Spam Galore! Is spam control possible on the iPad or is this something your have to live with?
Information: iMac 27" Mac OS X (10.6.3) 2.8Ghz Intel Quad Core i7 / 8GB / 1TB
My iPad downloaded a spam email from My Yahoo account. It shows up as an unread email in my inbox. But when I touch the lefthand header column to select it, it crashes the Mail app. Please help me delete the spam mail!
Marking Email As Junk Updates (no) Exchange Blocked Sender List?
Aug 16, 2010
My iPad email account is on our Exchange server. I did some limited testing today which seems to indicate that if I send an email to the trash can on the iPad no entry is made in my Blocked Senders List inside Outlook. The iPad email client seems to only be tossing the message away. Can anyone verify this behavior?
Information: 20" iMac Mac OS X (10.6) Got those PCs as well