Avoid Spam Filters? Don’t Use Tiny Fonts!

Tiny fonts now trigger spam filters in SpamAssassin

I ran across a post on the MailChimp blog where SpamAssassin returned a positive score of 2.6 for the use of tiny fonts. A positve score means positive for spam and negative for delivery. A positive score of more than 5 usually means off to the spam filter folder for your email.

Also this post on the results of the this is spam button is food for thought.

Thanks for the heads up form HTML email publishers to MailChimp! – Chris Lang