mlh78 wrote:Any thoughts?
kisaac wrote:Do I understand your question? You have sent out emails using the "send a message feature" on LDS.org and now, other personal and unrelated emails you send directly to others, unrelated to the church or lds.org, and sent from the gmail system or your email client, seem to be going to the recipients spam folder, and you think you may have had your email "marked" as a spammer?
mlh78 wrote:I thought that google might have flagged me since it may see me as having sent thousands of messages at a time.
mlh78 wrote: I am wondering if using the broadcast feature somehow gets me reported as a spammer.
lajackson wrote:Recipient mail services use different algorithms to determine if a message is spam, but one of the most common is mere quantity (a lot of the same thing). Large bulk mailings will get you on that one in many cases.
Google explains at this link: "Spoofing means faking the return address on outgoing mail to hide the true origin of the message."
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