- Oct 16, 2012Brian,
I tried out the Unsubscriber folder an on advertisement email that I
didn't really need to keep getting. I received an unsubscribe request
confirmation email from OtherInbox for that sender. Embedded in their
email was a link just in case I needed to undo this unsubscribe request.
Unfortunately the link was only good for undoing the unsubscribe for
that particular sender. I was hoping for some management page so that I
could get a list of senders and manage them all.
So if you can find the unsubscribe request email that you received for
your co-workers request, you should be able to click on that link to
undo the action. Good luck.
--- In Y-Mail@yahoogroups.com, "Kenneth" <justkenneth@...> wrote:
> --- In Y-Mail@yahoogroups.com, "Brian" brianeliasek@ wrote:
> > No, I have an actual "unsubscribe folder" that was provided by Yahoo
> to help control unwanted emails. It basically takes spam that gets
> through and dumps it into this folder, however I do not know how to
> reverse the action...I.E. I need to have my "unsubscribe" folder not
> recognize my co-workers email address and just let it go to my
> Does this help?
> Are you talking about the Unsubscriber mail app? I've never used it
> but I went ahead and installed it just now to see if there was any
> that would help you with your problem.
> I received an email from OtherInbox that described how my new
> unsubscribe folder works:
> Your Unsubscribe folder is the simplest way to stop emails you don't
> want. Just move unwanted messages to the Unsubscribe folder and we'll
> take care of the rest. It's a satisfying way to simplify your inbox.
> When you move an email to the Unsubscribe folder, we notify the sender
> that you want to be removed from their list.
> You don't have to answer any questions or remember your password. Once
> the email is in your Unsubscribe folder, you're done!
> Important tip: You might be tempted to move email from the Spam
> to your new Unsubscribe folder ï¿½" in a word, don't. Email in
> Spam folder is exactly where it needs to be. The Unsubscribe folder
> for email that has reached your inbox that you no longer want to
> receive. Anytime you move an email out of your Spam folder, your
> service thinks it made a mistake and you do want to receive those
> emails, which is definitely not your intention. So, leave spam where
> is and only use the Unsubscribe folder for emails in your inbox.
> So I gather that at some point you moved an email from your coworker
> into the unsubscribe folder and now everything from that coworker is
> getting placed there. I still see that move from the unsubscribe
> folder to inbox is available so you could move them back to the inbox
> as they arrive. I'm not sure if you can reset Unsubscriber to stop
> taking that action for that sender though. You might just have to
> remove the application.
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