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  1. lylebot says

    Gmail might be spam filtering those for you, but that doesn’t mean it’s doing it for everyone. Maybe you’ve gotten a lot of spam in the form of fake notices from Amazon in the past? I’ve gotten a few of those and it’s not all that easy to tell them apart from the real thing.

  2. F says

    Are they spam filtering as in putting it in your spam box, or as in silently blackholing the mail? (*Postini turned into teh sux after Google bought it, too.)

    Many ESPs silently discard mail from well-known, easily verifiable, high traffic senders. It’s ridiculous. As if they want you to do support or ordering via Facebook or something – stop using our email services!

  3. Anonymous Atheist says

    Amazon orders I placed last week came through fine on Gmail for me.

    In addition to clicking the ‘not spam’ button, you can add Amazon’s sending email addresses to your contacts, and/or you can set up a filter to ‘never mark as spam’ emails from ‘@amazon.com’ (includes all amazon addresses).

  4. =8)-DX says

    Easy, Google’s motto is “Don’t be evil” and it’s trying to ruin Christmas for everybody.

  5. N. Nescio says

    Had something ship yesterday morning and received the e-mail notice from Amazon in my Gmail inbox just fine. No problems here.

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