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The most common causes of blocking systems not intending to spam

The most common causes of blocking systems not intending to spam You may be attempting to send mail from a system which is being blocked for cause. System administrators should consider the current most common causes of blocking. Misdirected auto replies: Vacation messages, auto-responses, challenge-response spam filters and virus-notification messages are some of the most…
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Tips to Keep Email Out of the Spam Folders

There are many reasons for email to end up in Spam. Below, we offer some tips on how you can help ensure that your emails stay out of the Spam folders. 1. Be Compliant with the CAN-SPAM Act If you are sending “any electronic mail message, the primary purpose of which is the commercial advertisement…
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Tips for Legitimate Senders to Avoid False Positives in SpamAssassin

Legitimate mailers should not experience false positives from spam filters such as SpamAssassin. This page provides helpful tips for mailers to avoid interceptions by SpamAssassin filters. General Guidelines These guidelines can be useful if you haven't yet sent out your email(s), and want to keep the scores low (or negative) to avoid false-positive problems. Tip:…
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What happens to Spam once it is filtered?

Can I adjust the sensitivity on my Spam Filtering in Webmail?

For the best results, we recommend to keep the Spam Filtering sensitivity on high for your entire domain and mailboxes. However, if you want to adjust the sensitivity for a specific mailbox, you can do that in Mail Settings > Properties. So, Yes. You can set their Spam filtering levels to "High," "Low," or "Exclusive."…
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