All emails that are sending from our system has one underlying word in the subject line that you can use to filter emails out. It's:


It's a lower case "w", lower case "u" and an uppercase "I" (I as in "Igloo")

The way to filter these emails is to:

  1. Create a new folder called "Warmup" in your mail account.

  2. Create a filter for any email that hits your inbox AND contains the word "wuI" to be marked as read and move to archive.

IMPORTANT NOTE: We only want to filter out emails that hit the inbox and NOT the spam inbox. Any email that hits the spam inbox, we automatically move it back to the inbox. You can learn more about how we move spam messages here.

Every inbox provider has a little different way of settings up filters so here's a few popular ones.

Gmail Filter Example

Step 1: Create a folder called "Warmup"

Step 2: Set up a filter like this:

in:inbox subject:(+wuI)

This filter searches the inbox only and will look like this:

Step 3: Hit create filter.

Step 4: Adjust the settings like this:

Outlook Filter Example

Step 1: Create a folder called "Warmup"

Step 2: Log into your Outlook inbox and navigate to the settings icon in the top right corner. Search for "Inbox Rules" and click on the 1st result.

Step 3: Click on "Add new rule" and then label your new rule "Warmup". Click on "Add a condition", then select "Message header includes" under the "Keywords" section in the drop down menu.

Step 4: Once you select "Message header includes", another box will pop up enter it. Copy and paste "wuI" into this field and click enter. (Note that "wuI" is a lowercase w and u with an uppercase I)

Step 5: Select the "Add an Action" dropdown and then select the "Move to" option. And then select the folder you created earlier. Click "Save" at the bottom of the page

Step 6: Your new rule should match the following.

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