I am having a consistent and very irritating problem that legitimate email senders are getting their emails bounced back as spam. Every time, I have to file a whitelist report and they do the same. Sometimes this takes days to resolve. Just today, someone who was successfully whitelisted two or three weeks ago is not getting blocked AGAIN.
Why are LEGITIMATE and consistent emails being blocked? I am still getting real spam by the way, which Verizon is not blocking. I get hundreds of emails a day and I will have to change providers if this continues to be a consistent problem.
The tech support people in India -- after spending a couple of hours on the phone -- just tell me to fill out the whitelist report.
I need a higher level solution. ASAP.
Are they actually being Blacklisted (you do not receive the message at all and they receive a bounceback directing them to the whitelist form), or are they being blocked by the Spam Detector?
Have you added them to the Safe Senders list within your account?
Once again, my legitimate business emails are blocked as spam. I spent three phone calls and three hours in May to learn that it was my email signature and at times Verizon just blocks emails with signatures. In May, the blocking stopped as mysteriously as it started. Two days ago it started again and as a result my client did not receive a very important email. I just got off the phone with Verizon and was basically told, sorry, that's the way it is. I am a small business, it is unprofessional not to have contact information on my email. I sent the email to spamdetector many times in May and again over these past two days; it is incredibly frustrating and unacceptable. Verizon should be enabling small business and not hindering them. This time, I am serious, I will search for another provider. Once again, I have spent over an hour on this issue (total time wasted both now and in May 4 hours)
Maybe try a whitelist?
Also send a copy to email@example.com
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tyvm, I will try the whitelist request but am pretty sure it was done in May but no harm in doing it again.
I did send a copy to spamdectector, each time an email was blocked.
Thanks for the prompt reply.
Boy, this topic hits home! I send out a monthly schedule for people who volunteer their services with my church. There are usually about 15 to 20 people I copy. Inevitibly I have to break up the sending into 2 or 3 groups as Verizon stops me from sending the schedule out all in one emailing.That is frustrating especially since I get as many as 15 to 20 emails minimum, many sent out of Canada daily.
Up to this point, I've been forwarding them to the firstname.lastname@example.org link. Well guess what just happened. I tried to forward a spam to them and they bounced it back to me claiming I'm sending spam.
I have my internet, home phone and 2 cell phones with Verizon. If this crap doesn't stop soon, Verizon will lose all 3 accounts of my business and I"ve spoken to others who are ready to do the same!