Question about Google Gmail
I was trying to sign up at a website and my Gmail address was rejected by a service called SendReach. It indicated that the address is on a blacklist of spammers. I tried again with my Yahoo email and got the same message. Then the other day I sent an email to another person's Yahoo address (from my Gmail) and it was rejected by Yahoo's spam filter. Both are personal emails - I don't use lists of any kind. Why would I get flagged as spam? And how can I get unflagged?
Firstly, change your password on both accounts, as both accounts may be compromised, secondly run a virus/malware scan on all your devices that you use to access these accounts (avast for virus scan, unless you already have an up to date anti virus installed. Malware bytes for Malware and maybe a scan with super anti spyware wouldn't go amiss). After you have done all of this then you can start looking into why your accounts are flagged as spam. It could be the IP address that your Internet provider has given you has previously been flagged as a spamming IP Address, try turning your router off for about 20 minutes so when you turn it back on you get a new IP address and try again then. As an individual user there is not much more you can do apart from contacting google and Yahoo, they both have forms online (a little tricky to find) that you can fill in to ask to be removed from the blacklist. It may be prudent to have a look at the goole terms for bulk sending as well to make sure you are not falling fowl of googles t&c's. Hope that helps.
Posted on Nov 25, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
click on gmail and type your email address and password
click on inbox to read your mails.
Posted on Feb 15, 2010
Try the following script.
copy and paste the headers into this form and you should get an ip address
Posted on Apr 04, 2011
Your email password is hacked and you need to change that immediately.
Please go to gmail and change your email password and set a new strong password.
Posted on Jun 23, 2011
to be honest i have no idea as i will not send cash via internet but prefer to use a cheque by post or straight into a bank account ,only suggestion i can make is to pay a visit with a pick axe handle .This always works for me when non payers abound ,make sure no visitors and cut any phone cables also use a high powered CB radio boots of around 500watts and key up with a whistle noise and this will blank out mobile phone signals with a 100ft range of so .another less violent way is to sit them in a chair with wooden floorboards and then some nails and a big hammer then bang a nail onto the floor next to their feet .the disputed amount soon appears from nowhere .
Posted on Oct 29, 2011
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