A2SC was unable to deliver last week's newsletter to almost 50 members and contacts because their email router rejected the eBlast five times. It thought last week's eBlast was spam. This has happened in the past with this router, but not like this-- i.e., five times.
Usually, we're successful on the first retry and for a couple years we've successfully delivered to almost 100% on the first try.
There is always someone whose quota is exceeded. Doesn't count!
Websites and group emails get scored by routers. Ones with low scores can experience this issue. Your editor has worked hard to earn high scores to avoid this problem.
It's based on a lot of nerdy things like whether links include Tooltips-- those words that appear when you hover your mouse over a link. It's a sign of good editing.
Who didn't like us?