Why are my emails treated as SPAM?

Most email service providers use complex anti-spam filters. These filters usually determine which email is SPAM based on their experience and practices. Some of the most common reason for emails to end up as SPAM are:

  1. The originating domain name - your domain - is on a blacklist.
  2. The mail server's IP address is blacklisted.
  3. Your local IP address, assigned to you by your Internet Service Provider, might be on a blacklist as well.
  4. The recipient mail host might require additional validation, such as the existence of SPF or DKIM for your domain.
  5. Custom anti-spam filters applied by the recipient email host might also end up rejecting an email based on its contents (subject, body, attachments, etc.).
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