Getting this dialog box prompted me to mention something that's been bugging me for a while now.
"You have sent a message in a conversation marked as spam. The message will not appear in your Sent Mail unless you mark it as not spam."
On several occasions I've had a incoming message marked as spam that was clearly a response to a non-spam message I'd already seen. Once I marked the suspect message as "not spam" Gmail intelligently grouped it with the others to form a complete "conversation."
But I have to wonder why that isn't given higher precedence when deciding if a new message is spam? I mean, if I can tell it's part of a non-spam conversation, and Gmail can tell too, why doesn't it err on the side of including it?
Posted by jzawodn at February 28, 2007 05:13 PM