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I recently tried to build a newsletter in Dynamics CRM. It had a spam score of 1.1. I removed the offending phrase that had made the spam score slightly higher than it should have been, and tried to distribute the newsletter to a group of Outlook 365 email addresses (connected through one company account). However, in all cases the newsletter was treated as junk. How do I counter this and ensure that it doesn't happen again?
Was the Tracking Token in the email subject? This can be removed
I don't believe so. One is not visible, anyway.
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