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Recently I was spammed with self-destructing (expiring) messages on my gmail account. All got passed by google spam filter. Unfortunately it's hard to recognise the message as spam as they filled with words like message from udemy, twitter and so on , until you click it.

Is there any way to filter those self-destructing messages? I don't want to see them even in trash.

closed as unclear what you're asking by Joseph Sible, Conor Mancone, multithr3at3d, pri, schroeder Sep 12 at 6:24

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  • You used the wrong term, but I corrected it. This still does not create a clearer question, though. When your gmail account receives these, there is a clear box informing you, which would be your indication that the email isn't normal. As for how to create a filter in gmail (or any other email client), that's not on-topic here. – schroeder Sep 13 at 8:00

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