Email goes to receivers SPAM Folder, Why? Print

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If you are sending an attachment, like DOCX or Excell file or any attachment the receiving server does not like, it will either block your email or dump it into the receiver's Spam Folder.

To Test:
Sent just a normal email to your receiver with no attachments or any links or buttons in your email and if it does not land in die Spam Folder but goes to the inbox, you know the receiving server does not like your links in the email or the attachments to the email.

Most servers now block Excell & Doc files as Macro viruses can be written into them and cause damage to your computer or even compromise your security. 

To share files with your receivers you can use either Google Drive, DropBox or etc...

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