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All works fine, except I see that many of the "test" signups I've sent result in the confirmation email getting automatically tagged as "junk" by the email provider.
Is there something about the header of the email that I could change to avoid this? Is there anything I need to do with the auto-responder to insure that messages can consistently get past the junk and spam filters?
Thanks for your advice.
I see many site (and big sites at that) that tell you to add a particular address to your whitelist or to be sure to check your spam box for a confirmation email.
Email spam is becoming an exponential problem... and your email is getting caught up in it.
Invariably the email addresses are with Hotmail, Yahoo, AOL or Gmail.
[edited by: Beagle at 2:35 am (utc) on Feb. 22, 2007]
1. The customer will not be aware of the need to add the address until after they opt in to the mailing list.
2. Several major email providers are bouncing opt in messages without reference to their customers' spam filters or white lists.