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How to Unreport Messages as Junk on iPhone
Unintentionally reporting messages as junk on your iPhone is a common mistake. It can happen when you are attempting to delete spam emails or when you accidentally click the spam report button. This can cause important messages to be filtered into the junk folder, which can be frustrating. However, there is a way to undo this action and retrieve your important messages.
Step by Step Guide
Here is a step-by-step guide on how to unreport messages as junk on your iPhone:
Step 1: Open the Mail App on your iPhone
The first thing you need to do is open the Mail app on your iPhone. This is where you will find your junk folder.
Step 2: Go to the Junk Folder
Navigate to the Junk folder in your Mail app. This is where you will find all the messages that you have reported as junk.
Step 3: Select the Message
Choose the message that you want to unreport and move back to your Inbox.
Step 4: Press the ‘Not Junk’ Button
At the bottom of the screen, there will be a button that says ‘Not Junk’. Click on this button to move the message back to your Inbox.
Step 5: Mark as Not Junk
A pop-up window will appear on your screen asking if you want to ‘mark this message as not junk’. Click on ‘mark as not junk’ to confirm your action.
Now you have successfully unreported the message as junk and moved the message back into your Inbox.
This five-step process should be followed carefully to retrieve important messages that have been wrongly marked as junk. The process is fast, easy to follow and ensures that you do not miss any important emails.
It is important to note that you can also prevent messages from getting to the junk folder by adding trusted senders to your iPhone’s mail settings. This will ensure that future messages from these senders go straight to your Inbox, avoiding the junk folder altogether.
By following the guidelines outlined here, you can rest assured that you will always have access to your important messages, even if they have been unintentionally marked as junk.