Mark Messages as Spam in Windows Mail Using Clean Email
Clean Email provides a wealth of useful inbox and spam management features that Microsoft decided not to include in the Windows Mail application for the sake of keeping it simple enough for casual users to get started with in no time.
By default, Clean Email groups messages in the Inbox folder by sender (name and email), and you can also choose to group them by email address, sender domain, subject, date, recipients, and labels.
These extensive grouping options make it much easier to select each and every spam message you want to get rid of. You can even combine them with Clean Email’s Auto Clean feature to instantly create email rules based on them. Here’s how:
- Open your favorite web browser, go to https://app.clean.email, and sign in to the email account associated with the Windows Mail app.
- Open the Inbox folder.
- (Optional) Use the Group By dropdown menu to change how messages are grouped.
- Tap the icon next to each message group you want to select.
- You can now:
- Click the Spam button to mark all selected messages as spam.
- Or click the Create Rule button to create a new Auto Clean rule based on the selected messages. With this rule, you can choose to Mark as Spam all future (and existing) similar emails automatically.
As you can see, it takes just five simple steps for Clean Email to accomplish something that might take hours to do when relying only on the native features present in the Windows Mail. That’s why Clean Email is such a great way how to delete junk emails automatically.
💡 Tip: Email spam can be relentless, and it’s completely understandable if you want to take a break from it. Clean Email makes this easy with its Screener feature, which can be enabled to hold messages from new senders outside of your inbox until you decide which of them you want to keep.