[Workaround.org] Sent mail recognized as Junk
mark at phillipsoasis.com
Tue Sep 7 20:16:13 CEST 2010
I am a newbie at this, but I also had trouble with gmail dumping emails into
the spam folder from my server. If the recipient puts the email address for
the sender in his/her address book, it tends to keep those emails out of the
On Tue, Sep 7, 2010 at 10:03 AM, Daniel Nelson <packetcollision at gmail.com>wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 7, 2010 at 4:12 AM, Frank Jansen <chef at drecksserver.de> wrote:
>> 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've had trouble with mail from mailservers I set up using the tutorial
> getting marked as junk, despite manual removal from Hotmail/AT&T/Yahoo, etc.
> lists, because (I assume) It was a new, untrusted IP, and I was not using
> DKIM, although I was using SPF). Since I set up DKIM properly, I have not
> experienced any issues.
>> 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.
> I've never really understood the logic behind this, your mailserver is
> designed to be publicly accessible anyway.
> -Daniel Nelson
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