I've just sent a test campaign email through and my Vista Mail app has immediately flagged it as a potential 'Phishing' email. I have read up on url's / link text and can't see any within the content. So, any other things that may trigger the warning that I should be aware of?
btw - tested in googlemail also and didnt get a warning.
It is generally URLs as link text that prompt phishing warnings, it's tough to say what else would be. Could you post the content of the campaign so we could take a look?
Sorry for the delay - I have just revisited this. Web version is here: http://contentcalm.createsend4.com/T/ViewEmail/r/E9A04CA70E7E8398
Thanks. I see a URL used as linked text actually. Right in the footer you have "For more information visit www.contentandcalm.com," with the URL part linked. That would be enough to cause those phishing warnings.
Diana - I'm a fool and you are a wonderful human being. Missed that one! Buffoon! Sorry to take up your time.
No problem, sometimes it takes another set of eyes to catch things!
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