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Because it works.

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  • It is from a domain that is on your accepted domain list.
  • You approved it manually

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Gmail phishing filter blocks the links in the choicemail registration request from working.

There have been cases where someone tries to fill out the choicemail registration request but Gmail blocks the links and gives the following tag to the message.

To fix this problem from the choicemail end plese do the following:

If you have more then one email account set up with choicemail and you have choicemail set up to use only one SMTP server then this problem might appear. To fix this problem permanently from your end you can do the following.

Go into choicemail go to the options tab then the configuration, in there under general you will see the line called "Sender email address" here type in the email address that corresponds with the SMTP host you have set up this will ensure that all outgoing mail that goes through choicemail will be sent using the right email address. Since in choicemail version 4.2 and higher you do not have to route your outgoing mail through choicemail this will only affect the choicemail registration request messages.

If you are a person who received a choicemail registration request message in your Gmail account and have the links blocked you can do the following.

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To get rid of the tag and enable the links in the message just do the following:
"click the down arrow next to Reply at the top-right of the message pane, and select Report Not Phishing"

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This will open up a new window here just click Report Not Phishing Message and your message will be unlocked.


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