My email goes to their junk box, not inbox.

May 9, 2011 at 11:31:06
Specs: Windows Vista
When I send my email through outlook7 through Comcast the email goes to the receivers junk mail directly. It goes to a high percentage of people that same way. In my prior job I was in charge of sending out the note from business conferences Monday that occurred over the weekend. It was not unusual for me to send 2000 emails in a morning, and Comcast allows only 800 email, then you were done for 24 hours. After that happened a couple of times is when I began having this problem.
This is where I have come and different level of support say Comcast doesn't do anything to the ID, but I wouldn't think Outlook would have a file to do anything either or would it? If I tell Comcast that I am using Outlook of course they blame it on outlook, and probably Microsoft would say it is outlook. I have tried and created different email addresses in Comcast and gmail but seem to continue having the problem. Early on I received a bounce back saying it was returned for its spam content, and it was just a email but because of the volume it could have put me in as a spammer origionater. I have tried different isp’s and email Id;s with improvement but still not good, sometimes I don’t know where they go, they just get lost somewhere.

How does or who does keep a list of spammer id’s, is there one in outlook?


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May 9, 2011 at 11:49:49
You are confusing who a spammer is with content that fits the criteria of spam.

In outlook mail only goes to junk mail for three reasons

- their email provider is putting a [spam] on the subject line due to its filters
- user has a rule that when it sees your email address or content to move it to junk mail
- user has a rule/software installed that sees the [spam] disignation and moves it automatically to junk mail.

2000 emails in a morning sounds like spam to me.

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May 10, 2011 at 10:58:13
I understand and agree with what you are saying. I am not in that job anymore, do not send a large number of email, and haven't for months now. I still have the problem of my emait arriving in the recievers junk mail direcly when they recieve it.
So to isolate it I registered for a brand new Gmail account and sent it a enail and it didn't ever arrive. The only error messages I have ever received was that the reciever server rellied the email met spam criteria. This is mail had 1 sentence in it and nothing else.
Most people don't understand the depth of this problem, in many cases I can send the email and I never know if it got there or not.

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May 10, 2011 at 11:19:45
can you send a email to yourself and get it?

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