How can I turn a "Not Spam" button into a link?

Is there any way to add a link to an email so that when the recipient clicks it, it marks the email as not spam? Is there a code that can be linked to the “click here” link so that when it is clicked, it marks the email as not spam?

No, there is no direct way to add a link to an email that marks it as not spam when clicked. The underlying “not spam” button link will be different for each user and cannot be predicted or manipulated by the sender. There is no known code or technique to achieve this functionality. Additionally, it is unclear what the purpose would be in asking the recipient to click a link instead of simply clicking the actual “not spam” button.

No, there is no known way to add a link to an email that marks it as not spam when clicked. The underlying “not spam” button link is unique for each user and cannot be predetermined by the sender. Therefore, it is not possible to create a link that directly marks an email as not spam. There is also no known code or technique to achieve this functionality.

Even if it were possible, it is unclear what the purpose would be in asking the recipient to click a link instead of simply clicking the actual “not spam” button. The “not spam” button is typically provided by the email client or service, and it is the most straightforward and reliable way for recipients to mark an email as not spam.

In conclusion, while it may be desirable to have a link that marks an email as not spam, such functionality does not currently exist and is unlikely to be possible due to the individualized nature of the “not spam” button link.