How Microsoft Junk Mail filter really works based in body content links?

I’m not here to discuss about DKIM, DMARC, SPF, or other of the hundreds of variables in the difficult path to get your email into the Inbox instead of Junk folder.

I’m here just about the links in the body content of the email, and I’ll tell you why.

I have been sending dozens of emails from a Google Apps mail account, to a hotmail.com account.

It was just TEXT, this text:

Hi there !!! Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Aenean sagittis imperdiet eros sit amet placerat. Aenean blandit efficitur eros non mattis. Integer vehicula nunc eget est vulputate, sit amet consequat ipsum feugiat. Aliquam massa odio, dignissim vel luctus in, aliquam sit amet est. Aliquam erat volutpat.   Phasellus egestas, dolor in tempor ullamcorper, tortor lectus auctor neque, vel suscipit diam tellus tempus tortor. Nam vulputate euismod ligula, ac tempor arcu tempus at. Donec ultricies velit sed justo mollis accumsan at nec nisi. Vestibulum a diam ac magna varius consectetur. Donec in justo vitae ex lacinia imperdiet. Nullam gravida urna leo. Etiam congue, dui a commodo feugiat, risus tellus tempor neque, eget vestibulum erat ex non augue.  If you want you can visit: https://xxxxxxxxx.xxxx  Donec pulvinar rutrum commodo. Cras porta facilisis bibendum. Pellentesque pretium est sem, ut varius diam suscipit quis. Aenean et eros auctor, rhoncus mi in, dignissim odio. Suspendisse suscipit enim lorem, quis interdum massa consectetur in. Integer suscipit eros sodales hendrerit tempor. Etiam finibus semper tellus, ac suscipit orci mollis eu. Pellentesque vehicula auctor ultrices. In hendrerit dolor quis lorem laoreet, vel convallis magna laoreet. Sed pulvinar non magna maximus dapibus.  Nullam semper lacus eget hendrerit dapibus. Morbi eget urna eleifend, consectetur elit ac, fermentum orci. Mauris et urna est. Mauris ac lacinia lectus. Vestibulum scelerisque tempor nibh ac eleifend. Nulla faucibus tellus blandit quam suscipit ultricies. Suspendisse finibus risus id lectus lobortis mattis.  Regards 

The only change was the ONLY link in all email content. Everything was exact the same. The content, the subject, the sender … I just changed that link.

What I saw is with some links, the email goes to Inbox folder With other links, it goes to the Junk folder.

Just that ! Just because of the domain name of the only link in the body content.

Why is that?

I try to figure out things like:

  • domain age
  • domain – ip and reverse
  • domain ip in ip’s blacklist
  • domain in domain’s blacklist
  • domain has https activated
  • and some other variables

but I can’t get any "rule" that satisfies why sometimes "that link" is "good" or not to Microsoft Junk Email Filter.

Does anyone know any clue in order to check the list of "good" domains and "bad" domains I have so we can all learn about this? 😉

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My (send mail function WordPress) its made for salesstaus, has stop working after an update, maybe some code is outdatet

//send mail to owner if status set to 'Job Dispatched' if($  _POST['new_status'] == 10){     $  owner_email = get_option('purch_log_email');     $  result = $  wpdb->get_results('select wsf1.value as firstname                                      , wsf2.value as lastname                                     , wsf3.value as email                                     from XXXX2_wpsc_purchase_logs  wpl                                         left join XXXX2_wpsc_submited_form_data wsf1 ON wsf1.log_id = wpl.id AND wsf1.form_id = 2                                         left join XXXX2_wpsc_submited_form_data wsf2 ON wsf2.log_id = wpl.id AND wsf2.form_id = 3                                         left join XXXX2_wpsc_submited_form_data wsf3 ON wsf3.log_id = wpl.id AND wsf3.form_id = 9                                     where wpl.id = "'.$  _POST['id'].'"');         $  message    =   '<script type="application/json+trustpilot"> 

{‘ ."\n" ."\n" .’"recipientEmail": ‘.’"’.$ result[0]->email.’"’."," ."\n" ."\n" .’"recipientName": ‘.’"’.$ result[0]->firstname."".$ result[0]->lastname.’"’."," ."\n" ."\n" .’"referenceId": ‘.’"’.$ _POST[‘id’].’"’."," ."\n" ."\n" .’ }

‘;

    $  from       = "mysite.dk <info@mysite.dk>";     $  to         = $  owner_email;     $  subject    = "Trust Pilot"; 

// // $ headers = "From:" . $ from; $ headers = "From: " . $ from . "\r\n"; $ headers.= "Content-Type: text/plain;charset=utf-8\r\n";

    //wp_mail($  owner_email, 'New Dispatched Job', $  message);     

// Trust-Pilot

// mail(‘xxxxx@xxxxxx.trustpilot.dk’, $ subject, $ message, $ headers); mail(‘XXX@adr.dk’, $ subject, $ message, $ headers); }

How I can ensure that a link sent via email is opened only via user clicks from a mail client and not by bots?

In my web application I generate links in the following format:

https://example.com/^token^ 

Each link according to my specs is sent via email and should not allow robots to scrape it. In order to avoid visits via robot I placed the following robots.txt:

User-agent: * Disallow: / 

And on page’s <header></header> tag I placed:

    <meta name="robots" content="noindex">     <meta name="robots" content="nofollow"> 

The question is how I can ensure that a link is opened only when user has clicked upon it and not a random bot/spider scrapes it? Does the length and the randomness of the ^token^ in url factor into bot visit prevention?

In my application the ^token^ is a cryptographically-random 5 byte value that once generates is hex-econded. So in my case, if the token length takes a significant role on non-scrappines of this link, which is the recommended length of the random token?

My application is in Laravel and I use nginx and php-fpm combo in order to serve the content to the browser.

Shop sends Mail with order cancellation

We currently have a problem with our shop sending cancellations to our customers after they have successfully created and payed an order.

They place an order, pay and everything works fine. The status of the order is correct as well. But after a few minutes our system creates an cancellation document and sends it via mail to our customer.

Anyone an idea whats the problem here?

Thanks a lot in advance. All the best

What sequence of actions has to be taken in order to configure DB2 UDB SMTP mail?

I read https://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/SSEPGG_9.7.0/com.ibm.db2.luw.sql.rtn.doc/doc/r0055176.html and tried to run the command provided in the article, even though I fully expect SMTP to not work because my server requires a user name and password authentication that the command is missing.

So, just to try it out, I fired off:

db2 update db cfg using smtp_server 192.168.0.12 

It threw this error:

SQL1024N  A database connection does not exist.  SQLSTATE=08003 

Are there any prerequisites to the above command that I am missing?

And once we get this to work with the community’s help, how are we supposed to provide user name and password for the SMTP server in DB2 UDB?

Can the Heat Metal spell target a set of Dragon Scale Mail made from metallic dragon scales?

The heat metal spell can target "a manufactured metal object", including "a suit of heavy or medium metal armor".

A suit of Dragon Scale Mail is clearly a manufactured object, but if it’s made from metallic dragon scales, is it metal, and thus a valid target? Are bronze dragon scales actually made of bronze, or are they just colored like that?

I’m just assuming chromatic dragon scales are inarguably organic.

Can a character wear both Chain mail and Leather to get a higher AC and to fool an enemy?

Background:
I am reading the anime book "Goblin Slayer", the light novel not the comic.

In it the main character wears leather armor over plate or chain to both stack his AC and to confuse his (not very intelligent) enemies into hitting where leather is vulnerable but plate or chain is not.

Question:
In dnd 5th edition, can one wear multiple types of armor and get an AC stack? Can it confuse weak foes like goblins?

Notes:
Here are answers that don’t speak to this question:

  • Can a chain shirt be concealed under normal clothing? (this is about concealed, I’m asking about stacked)
  • Stacking multiple types of armor (this is not dnd 5e centric)
  • Can you wear a Mithral Chain over Snakeskin Tunic and have their effect stack? (this is pathfinder)

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