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ralphd

Just set up my account, and had to look in GMail's spam folder for the activation email.  I think this is the first time I've ever had a false positive.

Received-SPF: pass (google.com: domain of 0000014336427473-56f357d5-7b40-4e58-921b-fa7bb0b86df0-000000@amazonses.com designates 54.240.9.36 as permitted sender) client-ip=54.240.9.36;
Authentication-Results: mx.google.com;
       spf=pass (google.com: domain of 0000014336427473-56f357d5-7b40-4e58-921b-fa7bb0b86df0-000000@amazonses.com designates 54.240.9.36 as permitted sender) smtp.mail=0000014336427473-56f357d5-7b40-4e58-921b-fa7bb0b86df0-000000@amazonses.com
Return-Path: 0000014336427473-56f357d5-7b40-4e58-921b-fa7bb0b86df0-000000@amazonses.com

I think the issue is the message body says From: <auth@arduino.cc>, but the header indicates the SMTP FROM was @amazonses.com.  I think if the hosting server SMTP configuration is updated to send a "mail from: <auth@arduino.cc>" it won't get flagged as spam by GMail.
Unthinking respect for authority is the greatest enemy of truth - Einstein.

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