Recently the author of the portal MacRumors found out that Gmail sent emails with addresses @mac.com, @me.com or @icloud.com automatically sent to spam.
Now sending emails through Gmail with domains of the IT giant was ineffective – nearly all recipients of these messages have found them not in the main box outside, and in the section of spam. But, suddenly, this is not the fault of Google and Apple.
As it turned out, the company in June switched to the new Protocol, data protection DMARC. He’s sent through third-party mail clients letters will automatically appear in your spam folder. To avoid this, you have to use a preinstalled iOS app, Apple Mail.
As usual, all for the sake of user safety, even if it brings some inconvenience. And such a step for the better: for example, Apple is unlikely ever to be accused of forwarding personal emails to a third party, as Google had previously denounced. Apparently, the IT-giant is not even able to do so.
Fortunately, though Apple imposed some restrictions, the Corporation is not completely banned the use of third-party email clients to send emails via the address @mac.com, @me.com or @icloud.com. But the situation may soon change.