False-positive filtering of permission-based e-mail was down in the second quarter of this year, according to the Lyris Technologies Q2 2005 ISP Deliverability Report Card. The report, published four times a year by the Berkeley, Calif.-based provider of e-mail marketing solutions, reveals that, on average, 1.4 percent of permission-based e-mails were improperly marked as spam by ISPs, down from 3.3 percent in the first quarter of the year. The report card also identified the top five domains to watch out for, i.e. those with the highest levels of incorrect filterings. But even with false-positive filtering trending downward, there still are steps you
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