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How to Move Emails from Junk to Inbox in iPhone or iPad?

We receive tons of mail daily in our inbox. We have to manage it on a regular period and find that relevant emails are lying in the junk folder. You can move your emails from junk to inbox folder, as simple as by unmark as junk/spam. It will shift important mail on their right location or in your inbox.

The mail services providers tag the relevant mail as junk and move to a junk folder. This email service flows relevant emails to junk. If you move any mail of sender to the junk folder, then all future emails from the same sender move to a junk folder. In that case, you have to again move back emails from junk if you mark them as spam. The mails from the same senders should check and move to the primary inbox folder. The important emails mail app considers as spammy and moves to the spam folder.

The periodic check is inevitable for your mailbox to retrieve misplaced mails. Here are some steps which let you know how to move mail from junk to inbox.

How to Move Emails from Junk to Inbox in iPhone or iPad?

How to Move Emails from Junk to Inbox on iPhone or iPad?

Before knowing the process, it is obvious that you have added the email account to your mail app. It is unreliable to stick with the mail app, but let’s consider that you are using it.

Let’s quickly go step by step process of moving your email from junk to regular inbox on your iPhone/iPad.

  1. Open the “Mail” app on your iPhone home screen.
  2. Out of your “Mailboxes” screen, choose the “Junk” folder.
  3. Tap on the “Edit” button on the top-right corner of the screen.
  4. Now you can individually select the mail to which you want to move to. Once all mail selected, tap on the “Mark” button on the bottom-left corner of the screen. (In a different mail account, you have to tap on “Move” to transfer the mail from junk to inbox.)
  5. Select “Mark as Not Junk” to unmark junk mail and move back to the inbox. (In different mail account, select “Move” and then “Out of Junk.”)

These are the simple and straightforward ways to move the emails from junk to inbox. It is a junk folder that allows you to transfer the mail. The other popular mail app, you see it as spam folder while here it is known as the junk folder in the app. You are moving the mail from junk to inbox and, at the same time, allowing senders to send mail. Allowing doesn’t mean that you will receive emails from the sender; it depends upon spam filters too. It is a pretty simple and easy process.

Regardless of which email services (Gmail, AOL, Yahoo, Outlook, and so on) you use, the Mail app classifies the spam folder from different email service providers. It shows you all spam emails in the junk folder. And if you are using a junk folder, then you can completely rely on the junk folder to move the email to a regular inbox regularly. Still, there are possibilities where something valuable categorized as junk. Hence, it required to manage your mailbox to move it back from junk to inbox frequently.

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The mail service providers categorized the mails differently. The genuine items sometimes moved to junk, that is the reason to check email and move back to the inbox. There are items such as newsletter, receipt, important emails, bank transaction alerts, and other stuff that needs to retrieve. All such things are junk and unaware, which should check on time.

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Apple Mac comes with a pre-installed Mail app. They also can use the same above method to move mails from the junk folder to the inbox. Even it is also possible to recover the deleted items in your Mail app before.

How you manage your mails by using Apple’s Mail app on your iPad/iPhone or Mac? What are the challenges, suggestions, experiences, and opinions about using it for more productive ways? Let us know in the comment section down below. Also, check out our iPhone Tips and TricksPC tips and tricks, and Android Tips and Tricks if you’ve got queries for it or want help. Thank you!

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