genuine bulk email
robin at reportlab.com
Fri Oct 12 05:34:01 PDT 2007
We have a project to make a graphical tool which allows salespersons to send an
email with an attached PDF document. We are in testing and although the tool
seems to work we have the problem of not looking like spam/phish etc etc. I have
tried numerous tricks to avoid being classified as spam, but so far nothing
seems to work.
At present I have reduced the email to a textual format with an embedded textual
link. So the email looks like
> Your XXXX Document,
> Thank you for your inquiry. below is a link to the brochures as requested, in Adobe Acrobat format.
> It includes the YYY Airport Hotel and other information which may be useful. We thank you for your query.
> Your XXXX Document may be found here
> XXXX Sales Team
It could be personalised a bit more, but is there anything at a system level
that can be done to make emails less likely to be classified as spam? I assume
that spammers try very hard and fail, so is this kind of email application
effectively dead in the water before it starts?
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