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Mails going to spam. Please see the details [duplicate]

My hostname is properly set up. Host file has proper entries. Mail header shows SPF pass. IP is not balcklisted. Mail body is also fine. Only thing don't have is DKIM setup. Now I have got two ...
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Remove X-SA-Exim Headers from out going emails

I am using EXIM4 on Ubuntu 12.04 with Spamassassin for sending emails. Any emails will be relayed through Amazon SES service. But I want to hide the bellow headers in outgoing emails. ...
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Where does e-mail header “Received: from…” come from? [closed]

I sent myself an e-mail from my server to my gmail account, here is one of the headers (partially redacted): Received: from cpvds3xx.xxx.com (dev1.xxx.com. [209.51.132.xxx]) by mx.google.com ...
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How to configure Postfix to only send out emails with a certain header?

I'm setting up a local development VM and I was able to redirect all sent out emails to a local mailbox using virtual_alias_maps with the entry /.*/ username. What I'd like to add is an option to not ...
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userID and hostname are included in the email header

Running Debian wheezy, I have exim4 configured to use smarthost smtp.gmail.com::587 My Google Apps email address and password are configured in /etc/exim4/passwd.client and mail is being sent OK... ...
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Are SMTP headers retained when an email is forwarded or replied to? [duplicate]

Let's say an email is sent from party A to B. Let's refer to the set of headers that B views as Headers 1. Party B then replies to or forwards the email to party C. Let's refer to the set of ...
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localhost [127.0.0.1] in email headers

I'm using sendmail to send a very simple email from a text file. Here is the text file: to:test@someaddress.com from:admin@hostname.tld subject:Testing test test test Which I send with: sendmail ...
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Is it possible for a spammer to tamper with the received time of an email?

I received some spam on gmail and I am wondering if I can fully trust the received time that gmail is displaying. Can the spammer tamper with that at all or is that attached to the headers by the ...
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Is HTML content permitted in email header values?

In the process of troubleshooting an email message display issue, I noticed that an email header contained HTML. Example: From: <bob@foo.com> To: <john@foo2.com> Date: 11 Feb 13 ...