Bowl of Saki -- Delivery Problems
Yahoo Problem: Since April 6, 2013 Yahoo has been unable to reliably deliver the daily Bowl of Saki to all subscribers, and they have been unable to explain the cause of the problem. Deliveries to all other email providers such as Gmail, AOL and Hotmail continue normally. The only known solution for those who are not receiving the daily Bowl of Saki via Yahoo is to change your Bowl of Saki subscription to a non-Yahoo email account.
If you don't find your daily Bowl of Saki in your inbox, please look in your "spam" or "junk" mail folder. If you find the Bowl of Saki in your "spam" or "junk" mail folder, please click on the email, and then click on the "not spam" or "not junk" button in your email program.
If you find the Bowl of Saki on your spam folder, please note that using the "not spam/not junk" button in your email program is very important (especially on Hotmail, AOL, Yahoo and Gmail) because it will help to "train" the email system to recognize the Bowl of Saki as legitimate email.
If your Bowl of Saki fails to arrive, you can always read the daily Bowl of Saki on-line at:
If you do not receive your daily Bowl of Saki , and it is not in your spam folder, it may be necessary to contact the Technical Support department of your email service provider, explaining the problem and including the following phrase (including the IP address numbers at the end):
Please "white-list" my daily email
subscription from wahiduddin.net (184.108.40.206)
Some email service providers occasionally reject the Bowl of Saki as spam. Fortunately, it doesn't happen very often.
The worldwide spam situation is a real mess. Each year, and especially around the year-end holiday season, the spammers re-double their efforts to try to get our money. According to some estimates, there are over 100 billion emails sent every day, and about 90 billion of those are spam! Therefore, many email service providers attempt to quarantine or discard the most obvious spam before they deliver the mail to their subscribers. But, unfortunately, in the mindless computer automated process of trying to identify 90 billion spam emails each day, sometimes they also discard or quarantine some small percentage of good emails (such as the Bowl of Saki).
Many of the automated spam rejection algorithms look for certain key words, or for unusual words, and consequently, the Bowl of Saki, with it's unusual words and the frequent use of "suspicious" key words such as love, lover and beloved is an easy target for rejection as spam.