Hello Programmers, I send order confirmation e-mails to my customers using an "off the shelf" program. The program generates individual / personalized e-mails and then sends them to my customers. However, the problem is that some of the e-mails are being blocked by ISP's as spam. I want to emphasize here that the e-mails I send are NOT spam. They are simply order confirmation e-mails to let my customers know that their order has been shipped. But I do not know why some ISP's treat them as spam and block them. The way the ISP's block those e-mail is by recognizing my IP address and then I am unable to send any e-mail to that ISP once it has blocked my IP address. I need to know what I can do to solve this problem. I know the problem is not in the program that I use because it simply generates and sends each e-mail separately just like anyone would manually do. The problem is to make the ISP's, that receive the e-mails to recognize them that they are NOT spam. I have attached a sample e-mail in case you want to see it. Please provide me as much information as you can. Thank you.
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