Icedove says that everything sent from @google.com email address is scam.
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Icedove always shows warning "This message might be scam" when the
sender is using @google.com address.
Is this intended behaviour, does anyone else see this too and should I
report a bug?
If you are looking for emails, which are sent from @google.com address
and aren't scams, see
NOTICE! I am on mobile broadband with very limited time, so I cannot
read emails very much.
The best time to contact me is probably weekends when I have better
connectivity with good luck.
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Comment: Why do I (clear)sign emails? http://git.io/6FLzWg
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