How does MailFlipz manage to endrun the ISPs and avoid all of that spam filtering that trips up my legitimate email??
First, it’s important to understand how email traditionally works. When you send email, it goes from your computer out to your ISP (Internet service provider). Your ISP will usually run your email through their own internal spam checking before sending it out. Then, if your email manages to get past your own ISP’s spam checks, your ISP transmits it to your recipient’s ISP, which runs your email through all of their own spam filters and checks (usually many more than what your own ISP did before passing it on). Any number of things, through any number of types of spam filtering algorithms, may trip up your email – anything from using the ‘wrong’ word, to including too much HTML, or the wrong link, to the phase of the moon or the alignment of the planets, can keep your email from being delivered to the inbox. But with MailFlipz, your email doesn’t run the gamut of spam filters, junk folders, and black holes waiting to send your email off-course. In fact, your email never goes through you