Your question was: Anyone got a 2011 GoDaddy deal code?.
Some of the encrytped looking values (think it's part of DKIM) are different but I guess they are different for each email..
The autosent email has a few extra headers added that identify the list number and unsubscribe url..
Other minor variations like the "to" field has a name in it and not just an email address..
Here are the extra headers in the email identified as spam:.
I looked it up and it's a new header thats not really being used right now that will let people unsubscribe with a button click instead of generated spam report like they do now when too lazy to unsubscribe...
Your preview messages are sent unwrapped. your actual messages are sent wrapped with your domain. the reputation of the domain in the body makes a huge difference...
Thanks for coming to my help..
I am not sure what you mean by "wrapped". On the preview feature I sent it from the same email address the main autoresponder sends from..
Sorry to be a noob but can you explain the difference to me please?..
Does the email not being marked as spam also use this in the header:.
List-Unsubscribe: <http://www.domain.com/unsubscribe.php?M=433&C=b4a3b69fd152c0c10022b29f1a a55adc&L=34&A=11>..
No, the test email does not have the headers I posted in my previous post...
Then remove those headers that are different and see if it fixes the issue...
I made a support ticket with Interspire about this. I guess I will have to modify some php code or something. Hopefully they will come back with something useful..
In the test email, what does the unsub link look like?.
Are there any un-expanded template variables in the test?..
The autoresponders run from the system smtp setting where campaigns and tests run from the logged in account smtp settings. Make sure they match.
System email settings are in System >> Email Settings..
Account email settings are in Users & Groups >> View User Accounts >> Edit &&AccountName&& >> Email Settings..
I had the same issue when running IEM. I never had any idea why. I'm interested in what you find...