WrapMail has a system to secure delivery of all emails. When someone receives a wrapped email for the very first time this system also sends a text-only duplicate of the email. This is to counteract those email filters that simply ignore sender verification but looks for images and/or links and judges the email to be spam or junk based on this. The text-only copy arrives just like any other non-enhanced email and will have the following two lines on the bottom:
THIS IS A DUPLICATE EMAIL – PLEASE LOOK FOR A WRAPPED VERSION AND IF YOU HAVE IT CLICK HERE TO STOP FUTURE DUPLICATES.
IF YOU ONLY FIND THIS TEXT VERSION THEN CLICK HERE AND YOU WILL ONLY GET PLAIN TEXT EMAILS FROM ME IN THE FUTURE
The words “HERE” will be linked and a click on the first “HERE” results in no more duplicates while a click on the second “HERE” results in this user being added to a recipient exclusion list and will receive text-only emails in the future. If the recipient does not click on either “HERE” nor clicks on the WrapMail client’s wrap then the system will keep sending duplicates until one of these actions is taken.