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How to get registration email out of google spam folder?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Jumpstreet, Jun 11, 2017.

  1. Jumpstreet

    Jumpstreet BANNED BANNED

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    Hi i opened a new successfull website which is getting like 200 registrations per day however i see like 30% are not confirming the registration email.When checking why the rate is so high i figuared out that google is putting my emails into their spamfolder .Even emails without links are instantly put into their spamfolder .Most users use an gmail email adress so it kinda hurts.

    Do you guys know any solution how to get into google's inbox ?
    There is no spam at all just a nice information about registering at my website with their nick and a confirmation email
     
  2. MrFreeweed

    MrFreeweed Registered Member

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    New site right. One thing to do is see if your ip address has ever been abuse. Google your ips you'll see. Orgs and info both hit spam no matter what. I'm sure someone knows more than me in this area
     
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  3. limitbreka

    limitbreka Newbie

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    Posible cause: You host has a blacklisted IP. (Tell them about it and they might do something)
    Quick solution. Sign up with Sparkpost and use their smtp server. (This solution is free and will take less then 5mins to complete)
    If you need help pm me
     
  4. Jumpstreet

    Jumpstreet BANNED BANNED

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    I checked already my IP if its blacklisted and its everywhere on green.
     
  5. jamie3000

    jamie3000 Supreme Member

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    rDNS, DKIM and SPF all setup correctly?