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Could someone help with advice/instructions on how to try and avoid the Newsletter going to recipients spam boxes please?
I’ve have the plugin set up and working, but from the 5 test newsletters sent, they all arrived in spam folders.
I’ve read through https://www.thenewsletterplugin.com/plugins/newsletter/statistics-module but cannot find settings within the plugin to change the “Tracking URL” to “Blog home with parameters”.
Would doing this help avoid spam filters? Or can anyone recommend anything else to help avoid spam filters?
Hope someone can help as the Newsletter works great, but might not be useful if recipients don’t see the Newsletter due to it going to their spam boxes 🙁
The first thing to check is if your server which is sending email is black listed. Ask your provider.
Thanks for replying – I’m just getting back to working on this now.
Our email server is not blacklisted – I’ve checked though a number of websites to check this and they all say ours is not blacklisted.
Could you advise further on how to avoid spam filters please?
You can add SPF and DKIM to your sending system, check if your domain is on DNSBL, be sure your mailing list is clean. Maybe few people marked your emails as spam?
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