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I'm also having the issue of not recieving e-mails from Meetup.com. You slowly started blocking them earlier this year and now it's total. They say it's not on their end and I checked I'm signed up. It's pretty hard to run groups without getting their e-mails. Can they be unblocked? It seems you block e-mails from sites people are too lazy to unsign up from...like Meetup, but that really messes up those of us who need them. You should set up a way for us to request to whitelist the sites we need to recieve e-mails from....finding this thread was time-consuming and difficult and way too frustrating. Thanks.
We're marking very few messages (by percentage) as spam from meetup.com. The original thread was about GSuite, which isn't related. so I moved it to its own thread.
Are you sure you're still subscribed to notifications? I checked the past 14 days, and I don't see any messages for your email address from meetup.com. If you have a contact at Meetup.com, I'd be happy to follow-up with them, or I can try to find one on my own.
I show that you've received a few messages in the past 24hrs. Could you please confirm that you're receiving these messages?
First - let me compliment Comcast tech support. While it was a bit of a wait, I got excellent help from someone who helped with my request to review past traffic from the domain. Bottom line, I recognized that the service worker script at the domain probably went through some iterations that caused the issue. I re-entered my email address for the site notifications and immediately the domain's autopush functioned properly.
Yes, found the problem. Kudos to Comcast for helping me troubleshoot!