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Old 16 Jul 2019, 01:53 AM   #12
JeremyNicoll
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Originally Posted by Mr David View Post
One thing is certain, if there was a very high number of reports they could not possibly be caused by the trivial amount of messages sent from the @imap.cc addresses of my FM account.
If your emails are genuinely innocent, then presumably the problem is that another FM user, or perhaps several of them, are sending mails with URLs in them that end in "imap.cc" and those have been reported as spam.

Spam-blocking services identify things at a domain level - so will mistrust everything from imap.cc, not pick and choose which subdomains are ok.

You need to tell FM so that - hopefully - they can identify other users who are doing this. In the meantime your only choices are to change the FM-owned domain you use to something else, or acquire your own domain.
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