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From: Dominik George (niknaturalnet.de)
Date: Wed Dec 04 2013 - 11:59:48 CST
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Grant <emailgrantgmail.com> schrieb:
>For the first time ever, 7 of my (very much legitimate) automated
>messages sent to gmail users have bounced with this message:
>Our system has detected that this message is likely unsolicited mail.
>To reduce the amount of spam sent to Gmail this message has been
>blocked. Please visit
>I will delve into that link, but is there an especially good method
>for avoiding this situation?
the spam filtering mechanisms of Google have been subject of long discussions on this list. The results were two-fold: While some blocks were found to be legitimate, others appeared truely random. However, one common finding is that Google's support is completely unresponsive.
The only conclusion I could draw from all that was that the only sure decision is to not use Google, and educate all their users that they have to expect missing mail because their provider is not fit for taking part in federated e-mail.
I know this is not helpful, but it is the only reliable answer there is. More details can be found in the archive.
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