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Search the source files for some part of the message, such as with real name $2 was created. You will find some message files - either JSON files, or PHP array, but in any case, a key-value format, where the key tells you the name of the message. You can then search for that name in the source. See the message interface for how you can add parameters to a ...
See closetnoc's comment for how to fix specific problem you are running into. Generally, if you send emails with Mandrill or another similar site for programmatically sending emails you don't have to worry about keeping yourself off blacklists and other things like that as the email sending service will manage it for you.
You are correct about betting being the issue. See Mailchimp knowledge base article on spam filters for a description of how spam filters work and what they look for. Can you remove the word betting from your daily emails and still make them understandable? That seems to be your only option.
You should open the control panel of your domain name provider. If you bought your domain with SquareSpace and you manage it through it, follow these instructions http://help.squarespace.com/guides/opening-dns-settings Then, modify the MX records under DNS settings according to the new web server. About the subdomain webmail.example.com: it depends on your ...
This is a common issue with most scripting and/or framework because the ampersand (&) references a variable in the source code. Similar unsupported characters may also include brackets ( [ ] ) or angle brackets ( < > ).
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