Why is “Reply” Not the Strongest Signal?

So apparently my “friends” at outlook.com are marking my email as junk today, with no explanation. They’re doing this to people who have sent me dozens of emails over the course of months or years.

Why does no spam filter seem to take repeated conversational turns into account? Is there a stronger signal that I want to engage with someone than…repeatedly engaging?

1 thought on “Why is “Reply” Not the Strongest Signal?”

  1. Maybe you need to find a new “friend”? Changing e-mail address is a major pain, I know. If you insist in keeping your friend, then you need to be honest and open and provide the feedback – http://feedback.live.com/

    Full disclosure – we don’t share the same friend so I have no vested interest in this situation.

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