cooper collier 2/20/2019 1:29:56 PM
This is completely separate than the original question.
The original question implied you were currently sending emails from teamdesk. You wanted a way to record.
TeamDesk will not consider incoming emails as spam.
ABOUT the issue of sending emails in the first place.
1. Yes, some email servers will flag teamdesk emails as spam. this is especially true if you are using an enterprise version, or if you are changing the return address from teamdesk to yours. In these cases you need to adjust your DNS setting to verify teamdesk is allowed..
2. You really should avoid sending mass emails directly from TeamDesk or from your company email addresses. You are going to get your company domain a bad rep. Even if the emails all conform to all the rules about spam. Using a mass mailing service is always a safer bet.
3. You should still be able to use teamdesk, with a service like mailchimp. You would have an email address to send to from teamdesk, then they would handle proper distribution.
What I tell all the people I work with.
If you are worried that someone will think its mass marketing or spam... then it is. That does not mean it is bad, not in the least, it probably is legitimate good emails, but if anyone could remotely consider it spam. Then we need to get it separated from company mail servers, domains, and IP's. Just for safety.