Latoque, Email Expert, I don't agree with your statemet: " All email systems are subject to having "false positives"". l have two other email accounts from servers connected to my work, and they are 100% accurate when forwarding email to my home computer. I have checked the spam folders of these servers and the stuff it deposits into the spam folder is just that, SPAM. Even my Gmail account is more accurate with their spam filter. I never find a "good" message in that spam folder, and believe me, that spam folder get a lot of junk/spam delivered to it every week or two when I check it. So, maybe you should check in with Gmail to see how they do things with their email server.
Your response to this would be appreciated.
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To start off, I had a chat with someone at Comcast who was absolutely stupid. I was trying to get an explaination why I receive an email from a friend on my computer (MS Outlook) one day, and then discover another email from the same person trapped in Comcasts Spam Filter. This person must have been reading from a prepared script because his questons and instructions had nothing to do with my problem. The person even reset my modem...TWICE...
This spam problem happens very often from other friends and vendors I deal with. Having to log into Comcast email daily to check for NOT spam emails is ridiculous.
What is really upsetting is receiving emails delivered to my computer that are absolutely spam! You know the kind; someone in some country has a million dollars to send me....and all I have to do is send them by bank account number. Yeah, that kind.
So, is there anyone at Comcast that can answer this one question why I receive a good email one day and have another one from the same address wind up in your spam filter? The algorithm your spam filter using need an update......
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