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I'm sending e-mails from a sendgrid. But all the e-mails are landing in the spam box of Gmail accounts, if it contains words like or in the message body. Other mails are delivering fine

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This link will help you: How to Avoid the SPAM Folder in 10 Easy Steps

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That's indeed a thorough walkthrough. – Jacob Jan Tuinstra May 17 '13 at 9:38
The emails are sent to spam folder only if it contains my website name in the message ( or all other mails are working with out those list is there a way for it so that gmail will not treat them as spam keywords – user2392372 May 17 '13 at 10:12

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