So all of my Amazon confirmation emails go into my Spam folder (if it isn’t clear, I use the native Comcast email front end). According to research, Comcast offers no relief for this situation in the form of a whitelist for email to keep it out of the Spam bucket. The recommendations are to click the “Not Spam” button on the email, which I have done about a hundred times and it has no effect; and to call their help line that is specific for this issue, which I have not done, having read several horror stories about how they are unwilling/unable to actually help. So I have a couple of questions. By the way, other Amazon emails, such as shipping notifications, come through to my In box without any problem; these come from different addresses.
This is Amazon, for Og’s sake. Is there some feud between Comcast and Amazon that would account for this weird Spam categorization?
I suspect I know the answer to this, but would using a different email front end program help with this at all?
3). Why does Comcast have this arrangement, where I can’t whitelist senders for my own email?