Upon the advice of a wise computer guru, to fix a out of control SPAM problem, I started to divert most of the mail associated with the grazing blogs through a separate GMail account with the SPAM filter set at high.
When I opened the account this morning there were 1083 messages marked as SPAM. I was prepared to delete the entire folder, though the advice was to leave it alone and let Google use its thirty day option. Then I noticed a few spots with colored labels at the beginning of the messages.
I have friends set for a red tag. There was a message from a friend of the blog. GMail allows the message to be removed from the SPAM list quite easily. The lesson learned here is to use the color coding for your labels so the messages so marked stand out in long lists. -30-