If you're sending a lot of email from your application of via email marketing, you need to ensure you're site is whitelisted with the major Internet Service Providers. I've previously written about whitelisting with AOL na Yahoo! Taa, anyị chọpụtara na enwere ike inwe nsogbu ebe enwere ike igbochi saịtị anyị Comcast. Comcast nwere ụfọdụ Ama ịgwa ma ha na-egbochi email gị.
I've written in the past ihe nzọụkwụ I've learned to ensure our site maintains a good reputation, but it's still possible to have email deliverability issues even though you're innocent.
Onye nnọchi anya si Comcast tụbara m email na njikọ ya Comcast's Blocked Provider Request Form. I've filled it all out, hopefully, this resolves issues we ran into last night where a user was actually unable to even gain access to our application.
I've read quite a few nightmares online about Comcast's DNS blocking. We're recommending users utilize OpenDNS n'ime oge.