Knowledge database: How to interpret spam filter scores

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It’s time to put on our referee hats and take a look at those Spam filter scores.

First of all, let’s talk about the term: Spam Filter Scores.

To put it simple, this score is determined by the number of emails that land either in your inbox compared to the number of emails that land in the spam folder. The higher the score is, the larger is the number of spam emails.

Our deliverability experts prepared this Free Guide to help you understand spam filters and prevent your emails from going to Spam. We’ll interpret the Spam Filter Scores of these four companies: Spam Assassin, Symantec, Barracuda and Brightmail.

Go get a free copy of our knowledge database edition explaining in a simple way how to interpret spam filter scores. Learn more.

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