When is Verizon going to get off its butt and do something about the problem its third party spam filterer is causing with sending email attachments etc.
Email with the following link was rejected over 10 times by Verizon as being a spam. http://navycaptain-therealnavy.blogspot.com/2010/01/number-two-in-our-countdown-is-captain.html
The link is not spam and was only being sent to one person.
This is not the first time I have experienced this PITA.
Twelve hours later the same email went straight away.
Verizon is maybe not ready for prime time with this FIOs.
First, Verizon's webmail and FiOS services are unrelated. Dial, DSL and FiOS customers all use the exact same email.
Second, you can report false positives, and should whenever possible. The spam filters are a dynamic or learning system. Blocks are placed on content based on what people report as spam, and removed based on what people report as not spam. You can send any email that you are trying to send that you do not think is spam as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org for review.