Dnia 7.10.2019 o godz. 14:38:23 Brandon Long via mailop pisze: > > The way Google finds out that a sender is valid is people marking it > not-spam. We can > trust (mostly, sorta, kinda) our receivers more than we can trust the > senders. Plus, that's > our definition of spam, it's what our receivers don't want.
And that's what people *do* with my messages if they notice that they have fallen into their spam folder. I have asked them to check, they did, and they marked it non-spam. I even did it myself on some test accounts that I created and sent mail to them trying to resolve the issue. Then why are the messages still going to spam? > I can say that our system thinks your netblock sends 1 out of 10000 > non-spam messages. We likely don't > have the accuracy to know that your messages are different enough, and you > don't have the volume > for us to be able to figure that out... ie, if your mail is going to spam > and shouldn't, that means we're off > by 0.01. But for me it's by 100%, at least if we speak of new messages, ie. to people to whom I write for the first time. Then what could I do? -- Regards, Jaroslaw Rafa r...@rafa.eu.org -- "In a million years, when kids go to school, they're gonna know: once there was a Hushpuppy, and she lived with her daddy in the Bathtub." _______________________________________________ mailop mailing list email@example.com https://chilli.nosignal.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/mailop