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Gmail needs a personal kill file

I’m still quite happy with Gmails SPAM filtering abilities, but there are some things I don’t understand: although I have marked all those “SmallCap Investment Opportunities” and “Penny Stock” emails as SPAM multiple times, I still keep receiving them in my inbox.

How about allowing me to have a personal “kill file” that contains words that will delete emails containing that word immediately. That drove my SPAM level down by 30 percent in Thunderbird, and would surely allow Google to save Gigabytes of storage space.

Feel free to give me a percentage of the amount saved ;)

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