Spam Checking

Your email is analyzed for known spam keywords and the spam report shows you exactly what needs to be changed, ensuring your email is delivered to as many of your subscriber's inboxes (and not junk mail folder) as possible.


Built-In Spam Checker

If a specific spam test then tells that the message is spam, a configured - or calculated - spam score is added to the message. When all the spam tests are run, compares the total spam score of the message.

Scans all messages which are delivered to use accounts

Worried your emails are being blocked by spam filters? Sending one of your campaigns count your spam score out of 1

view an online report detailing potential problems (if any) with your email.

Sending newsletters and email marketing is not easy. You need to work on the design, the graphics and the content. Being busy with all that work, you might forget to check if your content is set to trigger some spam filter which will send your hard work straight to the subscribers' spam folder.

99.99% of email accounts use spam filters these days. Spam filters recognize spam messages by analyzing message content for spam characteristics. Sometimes these filters fail and mark legitimate emails as spam. Such emails are sent to the Spam folders and are not seen by the recipient. This filter failure is called a "false positive" as it marked a legitimate non-spam message as spam. Newsletter senders and email marketers need to check that their emails do not have spam characteristics in order to lower the risk of their newsletters being marked as spam. By testing your message with "Is Not Spam" you will get a report if and why your message might trigger a spam filter.