Email messages going to spam folder

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  1. Pellegrini

    • 2020/1/19

    Your from address is invalid. Try putting in a real email address that points to a valid mailbox. Preferably this email address is on the same domain as the SMTP server you use to send the mail with. If not, read into SPF http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sender_Policy_Framework

  2. Jaxx

    • 2015/12/15

    Here's Why Emails Go to Spam (and What to Do About It)

  3. Mohammad

    • 2020/11/12

    We can interpret this in two ways, please confirm which is correct so we can address it right away. 1. Emails in sent folder suddenly moves to spam/junk folder. 2. Emails being sent was received by the clients (including yourself and boss), into junk/spam and never/sometimes on inbox. No settings have changed.

  4. Nikolai

    • 2019/8/10

    When your emails are inaccurately marked as spam, it could be because you have low engagement rates. One of the tell-tale causes of low 

  5. Marini

    • 2021/7/5

    This happen to me to and it's solved now, I just set the BodyEncoding and SubjectEncoding proprieties on the MailMessage object, and added the DOCTYPE and the html tags to my email header,

    var msg = new MailMessage
        {
            Subject = subject,
            Body = body,
            BodyEncoding = System.Text.Encoding.UTF8,
            SubjectEncoding = System.Text.Encoding.Default,
            IsBodyHtml = true
        };
    
    <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
    <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
    

    It's working perfectly now

  6. Brooks

    • 2020/6/17

    Mail goes to the Junk folder by mistake. If email is going to your Outlook.com Junk folder by mistake, you can mark it as Not junk or add the sender to your Safe Senders list.

  7. Ernesto

    • 2021/10/25

    Top 5 Reasons Your Emails go to the Spam Folder Instead of the Inbox · 1. Didn't Get Permission from Recipients. It shouldn't come as a surprise 

  8. Patrick

    • 2015/6/20

    Common reason for emails going to spam are listed as below: Spam trigger keywords in the body Spammy subject lines Absence of unsubscribe link Unsafe attachments Poorly written copy

  9. Orlando

    • 2020/7/26

    Emails Marked as Spam

    This is not a programming issue unfortunately, but I can understand why you might think it is. The code is sending the emails, and they have been sent as you reported. So this is highly unlikely to be a problem with your code, because it's served it's purpose fully!

    Getting around it

    It all comes down to the recipients mail client (the software they are using to view the emails with), or the services that process the emails at some sort of gateway, or a combination of both of these!

    All of these elements have vastly varied algorithms and metrics for determining if an email is probably spam or not. So a one fit all solution is sadly not possible. Some are intelligent, other less so, some brutally discard a huge % of emails, others operate purely on a 'not on white list, you're not getting in' policy, and then there are those that just let everything come in regardless of content/origin.

    The ways to go around fixing this are:

    • To try and get on white lists for major email providers.
    • Educate your audience to add the senders email address as a trusted contact.
    • Check your mail server IP isn't blacklisted by some providers. It's possible your IP address was previously used to send spam.
    • Experiment with the emails content
  10. Jimenez

    • 2017/6/28

    Follow our guide on how to keep your emails out of the junk folder: The CAN-SPAM Act defines spam email as any message which you:.

  11. Johan

    • 2017/5/11

    One of the big reasons that your emails go to spam is that spam filtering has become more rigorous over the last few years. Email service providers like Google and Yahoo are cracking down on spam to better serve their customers. The problem is that the filtering process isn’t 100% perfect.

  12. Alexander

    • 2016/8/18

    Six tips to improve email deliverability and avoid the spam folder · 1. Use Mail Tester to spot issues · 2. Set up proper authentication · 3. Use a 

  13. Johnathan

    • 2016/11/13

    It sounds like your email is getting flagged by SpamAssassin or the like, so you just need to focus on changing your email enough to not get flagged.

    • Your content doesn't sound like it has any reason to rate high for the Bayesian score, so I don't think thats the problem. It wouldn't hurt to try removing possible trigger words though.

    • Your message is marked with high priority. Do you need this? This just adds into one of the scoring metrics in a spam filter. Spam is often marked with high priority, so your message will be treated with more scrutiny. On the otherhand, for some filters marking your message with high priority will mean less scrutiny.

    • IsBodyHTML is marked true, but you're only providing text/html. You minimally need to include an alternate view with text/plain.

      message.IsBodyHtml = true;
      string html = RegisterMessageBodyHtml(recvrName, verCode,NewUserID);
      string plain = RegisterMessageBodyPlaintext(recvrName, verCode, NewUserID);
      message.AlternateViews.Add(AlternateView.CreateAlternateViewFromString(html, new ContentType("text/html"));
      message.AlternateViews.Add(AlternateView.CreateAlternateViewFromString(plain, new ContentType("text/plain"));
      
    • See how Google treats your message. In gmail, open a test message that you've sent, click the downfacing arrow next to the reply button, and select "Show Original". You'll see how Google treated your message. Look for headers like:

      Received-SPF: softfail (google.com: domain of transitioning xxx@xxx.org does not designate xx.xx.xx.xx as permitted sender) client-ip=xx.xx.xx.xx;
      Authentication-Results: mx.google.com; spf=softfail (google.com: domain of transitioning xxx@xxx.org does not designate xx.xx.xx.xx as permitted sender) 
      
    • Read up on the default rule set for SpamAssassin as it will probably be a good reference on the rule sets for most filters. If you can identify why your message is getting flagged, you can fix it.

  14. Joseph

    • 2019/2/19

    In Gmail, open the email that was sent to spam. If you haven’t removed it from your Spam folder yet, click the “Not Spam” button at the top of the email. Microsoft Outlook. In the Microsoft Outlook desktop program (not to be confused with Outlook.com, described below), there’s a special option that prevents emails from getting marked as spam.

  15. Fabian

    • 2020/5/6

    To stop email from going to your Outlook.com Deleted Items by mistake · Check that the sender is not in your Blocked senders list. If they are, select the Remove 

  16. Carson

    • 2017/11/20

    Wondering why emails can't reach inbox folder but to spam folder? definition of email spam, also known as junk email: unwanted messages sent in bulk.

  17. Jesiah

    • 2016/8/14

    Add following line in your code while creating MailMessage

        msg.BodyEncoding = System.Text.Encoding.GetEncoding("utf-8");
    
  18. Jonah

    • 2017/3/22

    If your emails are ending up in users' spam folders, don't worry. flag your address and start sending your mail to spam automatically.

  19. Landry

    • 2018/11/5

    9. A sudden increase in the number of email messages sent If a brand is typically sending to 10,000 subscribers and suddenly starts sending to 

  20. Kendrick

    • 2018/4/21

    What this warning means. When you mark a message as spam or phishing, it's moved from your Inbox to your Spam folder. Messages from the same sender might be 

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