There may be situations when email you send is returned back to you and marked as spam.
This is because all outbound emails are scanned for potential spam — user can mark the returned email as a “false positive” and send the message successfully. The bounced message as spam is sent to you, which does contains information on how to manage a suspected spam message.
1. Log into your webmail and view your messages. The bounced message suspected as spam appears as follows:
Clicking the link in the email will open MailChannels insights dashboard but the one you see may be different.
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