> No, it's not their network. It's our common network. If anybody imposes own > rules on their part of the network, we are losing interoperability. Internet > loses any sense.
I doubt you'll get very far with that argument; if you really like tilting at windmills, engage a lawyer and claim that them placing your email into a spam folder is defaming your reputation. I doubt that will get very far either. An honest lawyer, should you encounter one, will probably tell you that it's not going to work and is a waste of money. One of my domains, 'ampr.org', which has been in existence longer than Google has, has the same problem, in that mail from it is often diverted into the recipient's spam folder. Best wishes, - Brian _______________________________________________ mailop mailing list email@example.com https://chilli.nosignal.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/mailop