Gmail/Google doesn’t like if you copy and paste email addresses into the CC or BCC lines. Please use this method instead.
Send bulk messages using Groups
Applies if you’re sending a message to a large group
If you’re sending a message to a large number of recipients, our system might flag the message as spam. The most common issue is that a message is Cc’d or Bcc’d to a large number of recipients, similar to how spam is sent out. To fix this, put all your recipients in a group and send the message to the group address instead. See Set up Groups for your team
Important: If a message can’t be delivered to a large number of the group’s members, the group message will bounce. Be sure to only include active, correctly spelled email addresses.
Chris Olsson from the Minnesota Airstream Club put together a handy step by step guide to moving contacts between two gmail accounts. Thanks for putting this together Chris!
Moving contacts between gmail accounts
If you are a Gmail, Google Mail (@wbcci.net or @airstreamclub.net) user, or you use some other email clients with tight spam filters, your messages from WBCCI – The Airstream Club International may be filtered into your Spam/Junk Folder or your “Promotions” Folder because they were sent by a company, not an individual.
To create a filter that will send these messages into your Personal Inbox:
- Open Gmail or your chosen email inbox.
- Select the message in your message list from WBCCI.
- Click the “MORE” button, then “Filter Messages Like These.”
4. Enter your filter criteria in the appropriate fields. Generally you only need to enter the email address at the top of the first page (if it isn’t already present), and click on Categorize > Personal, then “Create Filter.” Messages from this email address should now appear in your inbox.