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Re: Sent e-mails going into spam folders.
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- Date: Mon, 07 Feb 2011 17:43:04 -0600
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On 2/7/2011 1:00 PM, Matthew wrote:
I am wondering to what
degree people on this list have problems with e-mails going into
spam folders because they are using tor nodes.
Interesting that you mention that. I have McAfee Anti-Spam running
on my Thunderbird client which happens to be configured to access
several web-mail accounts via localhost:8118 by FoxyProxy. That
ports the mail through Polipo. Starting in early January McAfee
began diverting about 40% of good mail to the respective Spam
folders. McAfee acknowledges that there is a problem but so far they
have not solved it. They have not examined my Thunderbird
configuration nor have they even opened my Windows Registry, so they
aren't very bright.
I refer to sending from a webmail (Hotmail, Yahoo, Gmail, AOL,
etc) to another webmail.
It seems to me that e-mails sent from Yahoo will end up as spam.
Any other experiences or opinions would be interesting.