Gmail Routes RNC Messages to Spam Folders – IOTW Report

Gmail Routes RNC Messages to Spam Folders

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RNC officials state that “emails being sent by the RNC to Republican subscribers who use Gmail accounts in the final days of each month are being sent to spam folders.” This is happening on a stunningly grand scale: “An RNC official told Fox News Digital that since Sept. 28, Gmail has ‘suppressed’ more than 22 million RNC emails—358,000 of which were GOTV emails.” More

8 Comments on Gmail Routes RNC Messages to Spam Folders

  1. Since the RNC sees fit to keep assholes like McCarthy and McConnell in charge, send billion$ to that sawed off piece of shit blackmailer in Ukraine, fuck over Trump every chance they get, and propose stupid ideas like a federal abortion ban, a Lindsay Graham idea dreamed up specifically to HELP the democrats keep both houses of Congress, they may as well have their fundraising e-mails go to my junk box. They’re not getting a dime out of me. Fuck them.

  2. not sure this is true, been unsubscribing and blocking rnc emails for a long time, seems the algorithm is just finally doing what I wanted. before I could block, unsubscribe and delete only to get 10 more emails the next day. now I get none. glorious.

  3. If I could, I’d send the RNC a bill. A hefty bill.

    Send your contributions directly to the campaigns of the candidates you support.

  4. It’s not just this one thing. Google has been evil for decades.

    Why would one get a Google-run email?

    You have so many choices.

  5. I disabled every Google function on my phone a couple years ago.
    Guess what?
    My device still works fine and faster although I get pop ups all the time telling me my device health services won’t work unless I enable Google Play Services. My battery lasts longer and everything seems to function.

  6. I don’t know whether this stands out.
    I don’t check spam for my various gmail accounts, but I look every day at my primary yahoo account. I get more Dem than GOP emails but a lot of both (plus Camp Lejeune of course!), and I think most went to spam in the first place although I have marked some as spam. Occasionally an important email ends up in spam for no obvious reason so I have to check.

  7. Heh, this might actually have more to do with their emails actually looking like SPAM from all the requests for money they put in them….

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