There have been problems with spammers using Comcast mail gateways. As for
the difference compare the headers from a message sent using Outlook with
one sent "directly from the account" (web mail?) and you will see that they
appear to come from a different server address or IP.
If you only have a few recipients you can tell them to manually set your
Comcast mail as "not junk" but until Comcast fixes their email gateway this
will continue to happen to email you send to anyone who has not done this.
"lagnaf4ever" <lagnaf4ever@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>I use outlook 2003 to send and receive email from my comcast account. When
> send an email using outlook 2003 the person I am sending the email to says
> the email goes into their spam filter/box (not just one person this
> to almost everyone I send email to).
> I did go to comcast.net and sent email directly from the account (taking
> outlook out of the equation) and everyone receives the email as normal
> Please help, thanx
> P.S. I am using outlook 2003, and not outlook express