If you have an email account with one of the popular webmail services like Gmail, Oultook.com or Yahoo! Mail, you likely know what a junk or spam folder is and how to use it.
Your webmail service automatically identifies suspicious emails and sends them to the spam or junk folder. At times, genuine emails are also moved to the spam folder automatically, forcing you to check the spam or junk folder occasionally.
The Mail app in Windows 10 is being used by tens of millions of PC users. The Mail app sports an elegant and easy-to-navigate user interface. Besides that, it’s fairly customizable.
Since the Mail app doesn’t show the spam or trash folder in the left-pane, users often ask us how to access the trash or spam folder while using the Mail app in Windows 10.
The this is, there is an easy way to add the spam or junk folder to the left-pane of the Mail app in Windows 10. In fact, you can even pin it to the Start menu or screen if you wish to quickly access the junk or spam folder.
Easily access the junk or spam folder in Windows 10 Mail
Complete the given below directions to access the junk or spam folder in Windows 10 Mail app.
Step 1: In the left-pane of the Mail app, click More option. If you cannot see the More option, click on the three horizontal bars at the top to see the same.
Step 2: You should now get another pane with all your folders. Here, you should be able to see your spam or junk emails folder.
Step 3: If you want to add the spam or junk folder to the left-pane of the Mail app, right-click on the spam or junk folder, and then click Add to favorites option.
You should now see the junk email or spam folder in the left pane of Mail app.
Alternatively, you can right-click on junk or spam folder and then click Pin to Start to quickly access the folder from the Start menu itself.