There are many ticket statuses available in HelpDesk, and one of them is Spam. Sometimes the status use is obvious, but other times you need some clarification.
The ticket you receive can be marked as Spam for many reasons, and some of them are:
This is all connected to the mailing list and autoresponders. If the requester marks the message in its headers as auto-generated (meaning not created by a human), it’ll be marked as spam to prevent automated responses sent by HelpDesk.
Right now, the only solution is to change the way you mark emails and messages. However, in most cases, this is difficult and often impossible.
This situation means that the application email service provider (in our case, it’s Postmark) has marked the email as spam based on its content, sender history, internet reports, IP address, etc.
Add the requester’s address to the Trusted list.
The requester’s email address is added to the Blocked list on the license.
Remove the requester’s address from the Blocked list.
A single requester has created more than five tickets in the last 60 minutes. Subsequent messages from this requester are marked as spam until they fall below this threshold.
You can deal with this in two ways:
- Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and ask to increase the spam limit for your license.
- Add the requester’s address to the Trusted list.
A ticket can be marked as spam if messages with nearly identical content on the same or a different license have dropped into HelpDesk in the last 30 days. In most cases, these are blank or very short messages with elaborate signatures, or messages like “test” or “hello.”
Sometimes repetitive messages are legitimate and shouldn’t be classified as spam, such as a form in which only a few words change. You can deal with this in two ways: