When you first start using Dynamics 365 for Marketing you may hit a problem that all your marketing emails go directly to the recipients junk lists. Meaning they never get to read your beautifully crafted messages! In this post I will describe how I resolved this issue.
There are lots of reasons an email might be classified as SPAM but one common issue is when the sender of the…
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