I've been experimenting with the email service provider Mailchimp as a way of delivering email newsletters for the Oxford Oxfam Group (of which I am Treasurer). So far, I like it a lot. Today, I've been putting together a draft of the next email newsletter, and sending it to the rest of the committee (both as a test of email delivery and so they can see my draft). Lacking details in places, it seemed funny to go with the chimp theme and replace missing information with "OOK OOK EEP EEP OOK OOK EEP EEP"(Noticeable for sure, or I just have an odd sense of humour, perhaps)
Result - most of my emails don't make it past the spam filters. But removing the "OOK OOK EEP EEP OOK OOK EEP EEP" promptly puts that right.
Day 1 lesson 1 therefore - when the say "test your email before you send it" they really mean it.
Day 1 lesson 2 - spam filters have no sense of humour (or possibly don't like monkeys). Repeated nonsense words are really a bad idea.