After you run your spam test, you'll see a high-level summary of your results. From there, you can dig deeper into the issues that have been uncovered. Litmus spam test results If a filter shows a green square or says "Passed", you're good to go! Nothing to do here. If a filter shows a yellow square or is marked as a minor issue, you can still move forward with your submission. However, it's a good idea to review what the filter reported so you can monitor the issue. Unresolved issues can become critical over time. (Think of it like a missing credit card: If you report it as lost as soon as you find out, it's usually not a big deal. But if it takes you a long time, it'll be hard to fix everything.) If a filter displays a red square or is marked as a critical issue, do not press submit.
You don't want to send this email (and potentially others) until you resolve the issue. When you click to review the results of this filter, you'll see a sidebar with recommended action steps. It's worth reporting this to your developers (or anyone who manages Image Masking Service your email infrastructure) so they can figure out how to fix the problem before you continue to send emails. If a filter says "Unavailable", the filter may have been unable to locate your email or the email address may not have functioned correctly. Try sending again to see if the filter fills up. How to get started with Litmus Spam Testing If you already have a Litmus Plus or Enterprise account, log in and go to the Test tab.
From there, select "View and Create Spam Tests" from the slide-out menu. Litmus test tools and preview settings Here you can start a new spam test or view the results of a recent test. Run spam tests regularly We're not just saying that, so you'll use Litmus Spam Testing (although you really should). Mail clients are updated every 1.2 days on average. Often we are not aware of these changes. Similarly, spam filter algorithms are updated regularly.