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some (not a lot) complain that activation mail is found in their spam folder. Good thing is that gmail is not doing that. Is there a way (or tips) for activation e-mail not to end in the spam folder?

asked 21 May '12, 03:09

xpanta
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Hi,

There are many different anti-spam tools, and each have different rules for when to determine that a message is spam. Unfortunately, activation mail often resembles spam. There is no surefire way to prevent this from happening, other than asking the recipients to whitelist the sender email address.

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answered 21 May '12, 04:53

todork
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Thanks. I know there are some rules. What do I need to follow when sending mail through the smtp server of webfaction? That is why I posted here.

(21 May '12, 04:56) xpanta

There is no way to follow some simple rules to avoid your message to be determined as spam - if this were possible, spammers would be able to mask their messages as non-spam as well.

(21 May '12, 05:14) todork
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