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That is a great question! In most cases people will receive this type of message if they have strict security settings on their network. What I’ll usually check in this case is the domain of the person or people reporting this issue. Sometimes people who work in hospitals or schools have tighter network security settings than others. If they have similar domains then this is the likely cause and there is nothing wrong with your Constant Contact email. That said, if you would like us to look further into this for you, please send an email to social_support(at)constantcontact(dot)com with the following information:
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Thank you for the response and the information. The individuals who reported that to me are not on any email list of mine they where friends and some family members. But I reassured them that there was nothing wrong that the site is secure and running thru a program online.
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