On 16-09-16 08:38 AM, Aaron C. de Bruyn via mailop wrote:
Filtering has been perfect for years.  Now I'm getting more legit
e-mail into spam all of a sudden, and more spam into my inbox.  (Lots
of e-mail from India offering to design websites for me.)

Nice to see that Gmail users see the same problem as other ISP's.

We have long asserted that if you use 'Top Rank in Google' that the google key word makes it less 'spammy' by Gmail filters :)

Almost all of the Gmail leakage we see lately is related to SEO. Website development, offshore app development. (whether legitimate operations or those fake SEO companies wanting access to your credit card and server, always hard to tell)

Most of it coming from hosted domains.

Other than those, Gmail's spam detection (outbound) we have to say is still fairly good, especially considering their size and business model (free).

Would be nice though if there was an easier way for feedback.

Also curious what the outbound rate limits are for those hosted domains.
Based on it mostly going to 'stripped' addresses from websites, have to assume that they are doing a fairly 'bulky' send in order to make it effective.

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