Messages which are so blatantly obviously junk come into my iCloud inbox instead of going into the junk folder. Apple should be embarrassed that in 2017 they can’t get something as simple as a junkmail filter to work as intended!
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All me.com mail is going to junk – all of it, despite trying all the troubleshooting we’ve found. On the Mac desktop, we can move an email from junk to new, and then read it, and it stays in new on all devices .
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But if we’re using one of the iOS devices and move an email from junk to new, it’s also visible for a split-second but then disappears for good – on ALL devices, never to be seen again. If it’s the backend, you shouldn’t even see the email as it would get filtered before it reaches your inbox. I just watched 3 mails appear on my macbook and be gone immediately, at least two were from slack, business related. When I called iCloud Support the other day, I reported this old case and submitted message headers and the original email to Apple’s engineers. Interestingly enough, the Senior Apple Support Engineer confirmed that Apple is discarding emails that come from known offenders.
Apple is about to release macOS 10.15 Catalina and based on what I’ve seen in the betas, the junk mail filter in Mail.app still doesn’t integrate with iCloud. I’m hoping that the next version of OS X will allow Apple Mail to play more nicely with its iCloud backend service. That includes keeping rules as well as junk mail settings in sync across all devices. I heard a lot of good things about SpamSieve and decided to give it a try. After the installation, I configured SpamSieve to move all messages, identified as spam, into a separate folder called ‘Spam‘, instead of Apple Mail’s default ‘Junk‘ folder.