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Help please. A few recipients are telling me my emails are going to their spam file. What do I need to change to stop this? Many thanks, Steve
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Its not what you need to do ...Its what they need to do . Have them adjust their email clients to show your emails as not spam.

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Its not what you need to do ...Its what they need to do . Have them adjust their email clients to show your emails as not spam.

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Well that's not exactly true. Yes the recipients could adjust something, but it could also be because of the content that's being sent.

To really give you a better idea, i would need to know exactly what you're sending that's being flagged as spam?

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Just surfboarding this topic, I have email correspondents whose spam filters are so neurotic/paranoid, that no attachments whatsoever are accepted. Never mind that the Word doc is from a squeaky-clean MacOS, or the .jpg pics processed via a Mac, no way will the a-v program allow them through. The workaround has been using .pdf.

Another thing I've found to cause incompatibility and triggering of spam filters on WinOS machines is the email application. I can't fathom why a plain text email from Eudora is classed as spam by OLExp, or as containing a 'virus' by AVG, for example.

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