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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 2vin.com or www.2vin.com 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 (www.2vin.com or 2vin.com) 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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