[Workaround.org] Sent mail recognized as Junk
stsil at manurevah.com
Tue Sep 7 13:53:14 CEST 2010
Le Mar 7 septembre 2010 13:12, Frank Jansen a écrit :
> Am 07.09.2010 11:57, schrieb Christoph Haas:
>> Am 07.09.2010 11:46, schrieb Frank Jansen:
>>> i have set up for a company a mailserver-facility following the
>>> ISP-Style Etch Tutorial.
>>> All Mails they sent through the mailserver are recognized as Junk by
>>> yahoo, gmx or gmail for example. This is not the first Mailserver i
>>> set up, but i have no clue why they consider the sent mails as spam,
>>> cause i followed exactly the tutorial setting up hostnames and
>>> /etc/mailname mailserver.company.de
>>> /etc/hostname<ip> mailserver.company.de mailserver
>>> hostname mailserver
>>> hostname --fqdn mailserver.company.de
>>> uname -n mailserver
>>> mx record for domains is mailserver.company.de
>>> reverse-DNS (PTR) for<ip> -> mailserver.company.de is set up
>> Have you checked that your IP address is not accidentally listed on a
>> realtime-blacklist (http://www.anti-abuse.org/multi-rbl-check/). Do you
>> have SPF entries? Do you use DKIM signing?
>> If in doubt let us know the domain name and IP address of your mail
>> and we'll check.
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> Yes i have already checked that our IP-Adress is not listed on a
> blacklist, using http://rbls.org/
> and <http://rbls.org/>http://www.mxtoolbox.com/
> The sent emails also dont get rejected, they just get in the Junk/Spam
> Folders of the recipient.
> We have no SPF entries and dont use DKIM signing. The mailservers i have
> set up before also dont use them, but their mails dont get marked as Spam.
> I am bit curios posting our real company ip and domain name on a
> world-open mailinglist, i will send it to you on private email.
> Frank Jansen
I know yahoo (and especially hotmail) are a bit fascist when it comes to
considering email as spam, but I've never had issues with google or gmx,
or maybe that has changed ?
Since when is your domain name registered ? I'm guessing some SMTP could
be using domain reputation.. . (I know that some search engines use the
expiration date of a domain to give or take points).
If you would like you can send me an email (and maybe to some others) from
an account on the new server and I'll see what my filter says about it..
If a few of us do this it could maybe actually give some clues (as we may
all have different checks going on). .
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