If you use Gmail, as millions of people do, or if you send email to people who use that service, you may have noticed that the way Gmail filters spam has changed in the past couple of months. Gmail users are seeing many legitimate emails in their spam folders, and senders are finding that people don’t receive their emails. (Here are two Google support threads discussing this.)
It seems that Google has changed the way they handle domains, and is stricter regarding how those domains are configured. If you use your own domain for email, you should check carefully that you have configured the following. This Google support document explains three ways email can be verified. Note that if you have a Gmail account, you may need to make changes as well.
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