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Re: Best Email Time

  • From: Suresh Ramasubramanian
  • Date: Tue Dec 05 11:16:55 2006
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On 12/5/06, William Allen Simpson <[email protected]> wrote:
The "study" says that "nearly 20 percent of email does not get delivered to
the inbox as intended, largely because it gets mistaken as spam."

That's utter hogwash.  My Mail Mailguard statistics this year show that for
me personally, only 0.1% of messages are false positives!  Systemwide,
it's only 0.6%!

Depends on -

1. How large your network is (how many millions of mailboxes)

2. How you define spam [that study probably defines anything that's
can-spam compliant as non-spam?  haven't checked]