BlueMail offers spam management supplementing your provider’s spam filter: Your provider has special software that detects suspicious mail and places them in the Spam folder. This will be reflected in BlueMail as well as the web client of your provider.

BlueMail offers an option to mark emails that your provider’s “spam filter” did not catch, and add them to a “Black List” of spammers. This means that future emails from the spammer (or his domain) will go to the spam folder hence bypassing your inbox. This is done on top of your provider’s spam filter. It will occur every time you launch BlueMail as a client-side rule. This is a user created action – we do not decide ourselves who are the spammers.

In order to mark an email as spam, open it and tap the 3-dot menu | Mark as Spam:

  • Mark this address – Any mail that was received from this specific email address will automatically move to the Spam folder.
  • Mark the whole domain – Any mail that was received from this domain will automatically move to the Spam folder.

Note:  If you have removed and re-added an account or reinstalled BlueMail, the spam blacklist will be erased.

We do not currently support *sub-domains* e.g. ** marked as spam, will still allow ** to pass the filter.

You can Unmark an Email as Spam, within the spam folder.