Linked Questions

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Best Practices for preventing you from looking like a spammer [duplicate]

I'd like to feel more confident setting up mail for my clients with regards to false positives. Here's what I know: SPF records are good, but not every spam filter service/software (SFSS) uses ...
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6answers
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Cannot send email to Hotmail or MSN addresses [duplicate]

I am running into a problem at work where end users are unable to email Hotmail or MSN email addresses. We are running an Exchange 2007 server and the message itself is in HTML and contains no ...
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5answers
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Best practices for mass email platform [duplicate]

I am in the process of setting up mass email service. My question is: what are the best practices to achieve maximum deliver-ability. More precisely - what should I do/know to prevent spam filters ...
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7answers
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My SMTP's outgoing mail gets bounced [duplicate]

I've got a ISPconfig 3 production server set up, running Ubuntu Server 9.04. My e-mail gets delivered ok to almost every other server I send mail to except for one (smtp.chello.nl which bounces my ...
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1answer
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Hotmail and Gmail mark emails as spam [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to send emails and avoid them being classified as spam I have been developing a PHP application and one of the features in that application is the ability to send ...
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4answers
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Steps to take to improve email deliverability [duplicate]

Successfully delivering email to my clients is a pretty high priority at my company. We are of course fully opt-in, paid clients, no possibility of spam, the whole thing. The information we email is ...
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1answer
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Can message go to spam because of X-AUTH and X-SID fail on hotmail [duplicate]

When email with header as below comes to hotmail, it is put into spam folder. May be this is because of X-AUTH-Result: FAIL or X-SID-Result: FAIL? Or maybe the reason is different?How can I fix this? ...
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2answers
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Mail Server problem sending mails to external domains [duplicate]

Recently I have setup a mail server with Postfix, Dovecot and Squirrelmail on Ubuntu cloud server. The server has static ip address with proper MX record(mail.mydomain.net). When I send mail to Google ...
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4answers
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Sending SPAM free mail through my website [duplicate]

I've been battling with this issue for couple of months. I need to send bulk mail (not spam) through my social network to users in situations like newsletters, site invitations (when user imports ...
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2answers
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Email rejected for no rDNS by AOL despite having rDNS [duplicate]

I am having trouble while attempting to send a single email to an aol.com user. I get a rejection reply as follows: Your message did not reach some or all of the intended recipients. Sent: Wed, ...
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2answers
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ubuntu postfix send mail marked as spam [duplicate]

I set up a mail server, when I give Gmail to send test message is marked as spam system: ubuntu + postfix + dkim + dk + spf + ptr This is the message header Delivered-To: test@gmail.com Received: ...
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2answers
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Emails sent from our mail server are being detected as Junk/Unsafe [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to send emails and avoid them being classified as spam Email postfix marked as spam by google I'm having a few issues sending email from our mail server. Most seem ...
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1answer
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QQ.com does not accept email from our domain [duplicate]

We are running a mailing list by OpenEMM for our customers. However, email addresses in the @qq.com are not delivered. It seems to us qq.com does not accept any email from our domain. How can this ...
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2answers
225 views

email sent from my server shows up as spam [duplicate]

I know this question has been asked and answered a couple of times, but I can't find any reference to my particular problem. I've set up Postfix and Dovecot on my Debian 7 VPS and I can send mail, but ...
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2answers
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SPF, DKIM, PTR & friends Passed, but postfix mail goes into spam How to Fix it? [duplicate]

I recently setup an email server with static IP address, (Ubuntu 12.04 & Postfix); Everyting looks OK, I did te test@allaboutspam.com test and everything passes in green (except for BATV format ...

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