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Spam Resource: Gmail’s Sender Contact Form: What and why?
Al Iverson just released a new interesting write-up on Spam Resource:
Did you know? Google has a “Sender Contact Form” for Gmail, previously known as the bulk sender contact form.What is it? It’s a way for you to ask Google to reconsider their Gmail filtering decisions for your emails, to give them more information and contact information, hopefully allowing them to improve their spam filtering and perhaps allowing them to reconsider putting your mail in the spam folder or blocking it.Why should you do it? Because every little bit helps. In almost all cases, it will not garner a response, but Google says that they do review all submissions. In some cases, this will cause them to help improve your ability to get mail to the inbox — my understanding being that this submission does create an internal ticket in their system that will be reviewed by the right people.There are caveats to keep in mind here:This is not a fast…
More here: Gmail’s Sender Contact Form: What and why?
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