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Email goes into yahoo bulk folder?

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by Envision5000, Jan 26, 2006.

  1. Envision5000

    Envision5000 Active Member

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    Why does my email always go into yahoo's bulk folder? It doesn't matter which yahoo email I send it to.

    Does anyone know?
     
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    chirpy Well-Known Member

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    You'd have to ask Yahoo! why, it's their system that's arbitrarily filing emails incorrectly.
     
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    Without reverse DNS for your servere ip, Yahoo consider your emails as spams and may forward it in bulk folder. Set reverse DNS for your ServerIp if not and then try to send emails to Yahoo.
     
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    That doesn't fix it. Every email we send to Yahoo/Rogers goes in the bulk folder and we have reverse DNS. I contacted Yahoo and had to fill out a form to prove to them that our emails are not used to send spam. After taking an hour to fill out a form, 3 days later they email me back and say I need to fill out a different form. I'm not bothering with it. I'm working on my order forms now so anyone using Yahoo or Rogers email will be told that they have to look in their bulk folder for our email later.

    I was thinking about not allowing Yahoo or Rogers email accounts to be used to sign up for our services, but that would be about 1/2 of the potential market. ;)
     
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  6. Envision5000

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    Ok thanks, I filled out the form. Hopefully that will fix it.
     
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