Quote: Originally Posted by jgriffel
...not...The intended recipients spam folders...
It may not be the recipients filters but the recipients email service provider looking at all the "from" information. For example an email from firstname.lastname@example.org
may be filtered out but the same email from email@example.com
may be allowed to pass by the recipient's email service provider. The recipient may be able to fix it by going to their service provider's website and selecting a quarantine spam option and further adding the desired "from address" to the "allow" or "do not block" fields on the spam preferences webpage.
A better test (rather than comparing it to sending by web mail) would be to use a different computer (or even the same computer) running a different email program at your location for sending. As long as you are sending mail via the same service provider with the same SMTP account information, then it's a valid test of WLM versus another email program.