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E-mail of one user in my organization is recognized as spam. I looked up few things and I realized that my SPF record is v=spf +all. Do I have to change my spf record to something else like v=spf mx?

My organisation is running Microsoft Exchange 2007 mail server.

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...what does your spam software's logs, or the email saying it's spam, or whatever your particular implementation for spam detection say is the reason for it being scored as spam? –  Bart Silverstrim Apr 16 '12 at 12:28
    
My server recognizes that user e-mail like it's OK, but for example gmail recognizes it as a spam! –  Mr.M Apr 16 '12 at 13:26
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Also depends on the email's content and such...gmail could have been trained to see that mail's characteristics as spam. –  Bart Silverstrim Apr 16 '12 at 13:37
    
Hm, first symptoms were: e-mail has been rejected from few domains, then I tried to see what will google "say", and gmail also put E-mail from that user in spam folder. But that is behavior for only one E-mail acc! –  Mr.M Apr 18 '12 at 11:54
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