Notifications from the Community are going to Spam or Junk folders. Apparently, it doesn't care what email account or email client or whether it is a bona fide contact in one's address book or marked as 'not junk'.
Problem seems to be only with mail from the AARP Community, not AARP.
@MsStretch What mail service do you use? Do you move them as not spam?
For AARP, I use live.com (one of the msn spawns) with the Thunderbird client, but, in other forums, users mentioned using Yahoo, Gmail and other e-m accounts with the same results, so it appears the account or client or browser or device is not the issue. Yes, the AARP address is entrenched in my safe contacts/address book and yes, I consistently mark/move as 'Not junk'. I have checked and double-checked the Junk Mail controls -- all is copacetic and yet the issue remains.
This phenomenon started happening (sporadically at first) about the time the Community underwent its latest renovation.
Just wondering if setting a message filter would help. May or may not try it, but still doesn't change the fact something seems 'broke' here.
My email is with aol.com for AARP so I just checked my mail and saw my weekly digest was shown as spam. I created a filter, I'll see if it goes to the folder I chose the next time I receive it. See example image below. Click on, tap or activate image to enlarge it.
Just an update on my message filter experiment. Using the Thunderbird client, I set a filter for AARP Community mail to be routed to a separate folder. I tried to set the filter to 'intercept' mail before being designated Junk, but that didn't work unless I manually filtered the Junk Mail folder which didn't save me any steps since I had to go to Junk folder anyway. Then, I set it to intercept and filter after going to Junk, and that worked better, but only if I clicked on the folder, then the notifications would hightail it to their new home.
Bottom line: For some reason, AARP notifications are still triggering some junk-y alert that makes it hard to get around and it is still labeled as spam.