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Why do my emails go directly into my trash and not into my inbox?

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If by trash you mean spam, check your current spam filter settings.  Trying lowering your setting.

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Why do my emails go directly into my trash and not into my inbox?

If by trash you mean spam, check your current spam filter settings. Trying lowering your setting. If this answer was helpful, please consider helping out the community by answering a question yourself. Thanks!