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Yes, it is a horrible real threat. Read the threads about this in GMF, especially one just now by Bruce Bowman.
On Mon, Mar 19, 2018 at 4:12 PM, Barbara Byers <babmay11@...>
Yes, I already read that, but it doesn't really answer my question, if there is a actual problem to doing nothing.
"...The reason is a concern that if Groups.io were to continue sending messages to that address then the email service provider might "punish" Groups.io by (more frequently) relegating other members' messages to their spam boxes."
Is this a real negative or just speculation of what "might" happen? Since it seems like members are already being punished by being unsubscribed simply because a message goes into spam and they delete it. Right?
I fully admit I am not a techie person, so perhaps this is a horrible real threat. In that case, feel free to be condescending and laugh at me. It just seems like the automatic unsubscribing is causing a lot of angst, as evidenced by the volume of messages about it.
On 2018-03-19 06:25 PM, Bruce Bowman wrote:
On Mon, Mar 19, 2018 at 01:02 pm, Barbara Byers wrote:
Maybe I am just missing it, but why does groups.io care if their emails go to a spam folder, it's not their (groups.io) fault and they (groups.io) can't control it.
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