How to Undo Report Junk on iPhone in 3 Easy Steps

Have you ever accidentally marked an important email as junk on your iPhone? It happens to the best of us. Luckily, undoing the “Report Junk” action is quite easy and can be done in just a few simple steps. In this blog post, we’ll guide you through the process of undoing report junk on your iPhone.

Step 1: Locate your junk folder

First and foremost, you need to locate your junk folder. To do this, go to your iPhone’s mail app and find the “Mailboxes” button in the upper left corner of your screen. Tap on it, and you should see a list of options including “Inbox,” “Drafts,” “Sent,” and “Junk.” Select the “Junk” folder.

Step 2: Find the email that you marked as junk

Once you’re in the Junk folder, find the email that you accidentally marked as junk. Tap and hold on the email until you see a pop-up menu appear.

Step 3: Undo the “Report Junk” action

In the pop-up menu, you should see an option that says “Mark as Not Junk.” Tap on this option, and your iPhone will automatically move the email back to your inbox and remove the “Report Junk” flag. And that’s it! You’ve successfully undone the “Report Junk” action on your iPhone. However, if you don’t see the “Mark as Not Junk” option in the pop-up menu, it’s possible that your iPhone has already marked the email as junk on the server. In this case, you’ll need to log on to your email provider’s website (such as Gmail or Yahoo!) and mark the email as not junk from there.

To avoid accidentally marking future emails as junk

You can also create rules that automatically move emails from certain senders or with certain keywords to a specific folder. This way, you’ll always know where to find important emails and won’t risk losing them in your junk folder.


In conclusion, undoing the “Report Junk” action on your iPhone is a simple process that can be done in just a few steps. By following the steps outlined in this blog post, you’ll be able to quickly and easily restore any important emails that you may have accidentally sent to your junk folder. Remember, the key to avoiding future mishaps is staying organized and setting up rules to keep your inbox clutter-free.