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Google’s Tweaked Gmail Search Engine Will Now Look For Mails In Your Spam Folder As Well

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If you are an active Gmail user, you are obviously familiar with the hassle that one has to go through while digging out a lost mail from Gmail Inbox, specially the one which has got into your spam.

We majorly rely on Gmail’s search engine to look for our mails. Upon not finding the one that we are looking for, we conclude that the mail hasn’t been received. We have this confidence on Google’s search engines that we don’t dare to search for the mail anywhere else.

You might be unaware of the fact that Gmail’s search engine looks for the entry only in the pool of primary mails and trashes. If you happen to have that mail in you spam folder, Gmail won’t show it in search results.

This becomes a headache because most of the people are unaware of this fact and simply requests the other party to resend the mail again and again. Still no clue where the mail is.

Google has finally made some important tweaks to its Gmail’s search engine and will now search for mails even in the spam folder. This means you will get your mail irrespective of the location or folder where it lies.

Yes, Google should have provided this feature in the first place itself. Now we have this assistance available, it would possibly sway away the hassle of diving deep into that pool of infinite mails and folders.

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