March 31, 2005
DomainKey-Signature: a=rsa-sha1; q=DNS; c=nofws; s=ginc1024; d=yahoo-inc.com; b=Japvq6qTNQ57fscWWT7/ccsPpb8WW2/
From: “Yahoo! 360 Alerts”
X-Spam-Status: Yes, hits=6.908 req=5, tests=FROM_ENDS_IN_NUMS,HTML_70_80,HTML_IMAGE_ONLY_06,HTML_MESSAGE,MIM E_H
X-Spam-Level: ****** (6.908)
interesting that the email are from firstname.lastname@example.org and are being marked as spam (not to my yahoo account) partially because of the fact the email ends in a number. I’m interested in seeing how they (or if they) respond to this.
I also noticed that they are adding DomainKey-Signature headers in their mails (something they’ve done for a while).
I wonder how often this happens? I don’t think I’ve ever seen their emails marked as spam (at least not in the past couple of years). They’ve gotten good at it becuase of yahoo mail. They’re also very good at dropping in their own spam into my yahoo inbox (i.e. new features of yahoo search, overture ads, etc) without marking it as spam. Also, if you believe what early adopters of gmail were saying, dropping competitors’ emails into the bulk folder (some were saying their gmail invites kept showing up in yahoo bulk folders but I haven’t confirmed this so take it with a grain of salt).