HT202303 incomming mail goes to threat folder

can somebody help me find the treat Folter in my email Acount

I think its nothing to do with java mail api, it the mail service provider which filter the incoming mail and thinks that it is a junk mail adding it to the bulk folder. If you can open the email and mark the email through which u are sending mails as not junk, then the future email throug this address will be delivered into inbox.

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    On Dec, 2 I submitted this question:
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