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Thread: Sending mail using Indy TIdSMTP goes to SPAM/JUNK folder


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Sending mail using Indy TIdSMTP goes to SPAM/JUNK folder  
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  Posted: Jun 24, 2014 3:05 AM
While sending mail using Indy TIdSMTP, the mail is consider as Spam and it's going to Spam/Junk folder. is there anyway to solve this issue ???

Edited by: karthik thirumoorthi on Jun 24, 2014 3:06 AM
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Re: Sending mail using Indy TIdSMTP goes to SPAM/JUNK folder [Edit]  
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  Posted: Jun 24, 2014 2:35 PM   in response to: karthik thirumo... in response to: karthik thirumo...
karthik wrote:

While sending mail using Indy TIdSMTP, the mail is *consider as
Spam* and it's going to Spam/Junk folder. is there anyway to
solve this issue ???

Not without knowing what criteria is being used to marked it as spam. Are
there any extra headers being added to the email when it is put in the Spam
folder? Some anti-spam filters will add headers to explain their actions.

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