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Where to look: Check the source (headers) of the email for indications of why it was marked as spam If your email server did not add any headers (like google) check the email servers spam policy (google spam policy. Check your IP on blacklists Common options: Check or add a DNS TXT SPF permitting mail from that IP. DNS PTR record for your IP and MTA ...


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Please see the README file that comes with sendmail: man sendmail chmod go-w / /etc /etc/mail /usr /var /var/spool /var/spool/mqueue http://www.textndata.com/forums/cant-startup-sendmail-help-61368.html


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First you need to remove one of MTA. Having two MTAs in one system can yield unexpected result. Because I only have experience with postfix, then I suggest you to remove sendmail. With this removal, mail command will use postfix instead sendmail as default agent. yum remove sendmail Second, you can set default sendmail parameter in php.ini with ...


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In your main.cf is a parameter called mydestination. Remove the domain name form there, so mails to the domain won't be delivered locally no longer. Before: mydestination = $myhostname, $mydomain After: mydestination = $myhostname $myhostname should remain in this list for the internal mails (cron, apt, error messages, etc.)


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Make sure that the from email Address is the correct one and the MX and Reverse DNS records for the domain and server IP are properly configured. Once the email server is configured properly, Email services like Gmail, yahoo, etc... will start marking your emails as Valid and will deliver it in your inbox and not in SPAM folder. Hope this helps.


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In you favourite E-Mail Client, add cron "From:" address to your address book and select in spam settings something like "Never mark messagess from my contact list as spam".


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The above error means that the mail from gmx.de was rejected due to spf setting. The sender domain: gmx.de have SPF setting that do not allow to send the email from the IP 213.30.233.146. The spf is to prevent any mail forgery, spam issue, email spoofing and etc. The basic SPF setting is v=spf1 a mx -all. To confirm if this string exists, log in to your ...


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SMART_HOST is indeed the right option, but as well nullclient is. Examples: FEATURE(`nullclient',`mta.external.com') dnl define(`SMART_HOST',`mta.external.com') dnl The basic difference is that nullclient, contrary to SMART_HOST, also forwards messages for local users to the remote host. SMART_HOST forwards to the remote host only messages for non-local ...


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It's a example for maildrop: SHELL="/bin/bash" import EXT import HOST VPOP="| /home/vpopmail/bin/vdelivermail '' delete" VHOME=`/home/vpopmail/bin/vuserinfo -d $EXT@$HOST` DUMMY=`test -d $VHOME/Maildir` if ( $RETURNCODE == 1 ) { echo "Sorry, no mailbox here by that name. (#5.1.1)" EXITCODE=100 exit } DUMMY=`test -d $VHOME/Maildir/.Spam` if ( ...



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