05-09-2011 02:42 PM
I upgraded my Norton Internet Security product four days ago, and every since it began rejecting all my email, returning the error message:
Verizon support claims that this message was in response to my system flagging my outgoing mail as spam to the Verizon server. Even replies were rejected.
I was able to learn that if I erase the url to my website in my footer, the mail could go through. So this has something to do with NIP scanning my outgoing email, finding a URL, and concluding that this email must be spam, then communicating that to the Verizon server.
How can I remedy this? Including my website on every outgoing piece of email is a required business standard
05-09-2011 03:00 PM
FManMedia - As a possible work-around, have you tried using the word "AT" instead of using the "@" in the address at the bottom of your email? This way I don't think the scanner would mistake your address as a hyperlink.