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accepted Amazon SES e-mails ending in Yahoo & Hotmail Spam folders, even though SPF and SenderID and DKIM are set correctly
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comment Amazon SES e-mails ending in Yahoo & Hotmail Spam folders, even though SPF and SenderID and DKIM are set correctly
Sorry, you are correct, I forgot about those! Thanks for all your help, faker, I really appreciate it. Now it's time to deal with Amazon...they have a lot of explaining to do.
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comment Amazon SES e-mails ending in Yahoo & Hotmail Spam folders, even though SPF and SenderID and DKIM are set correctly
No problem, thanks for the clarification. So just to be clear, the two records I would need are (SPF) v=spf1 ip4:199.255.192.0/22 ip4:199.127.232.0/22 ip4:54.240.0.0/18 ~all and (SenderID) spf2.0/pra ip4:199.255.192.0/22 ip4:199.127.232.0/22 ip4:54.240.0.0/18 ~all, is that correct? Please confirm, and thanks once again.
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comment Amazon SES e-mails ending in Yahoo & Hotmail Spam folders, even though SPF and SenderID and DKIM are set correctly
Thanks. I noticed that you use v=spf2 for SenderID, yet it seems everyone else uses spf2.0/pra to start the SenderID record. What's the difference, which one should I use, and how would the start of the SenderID record look then? Thanks again, I greatly appreciate it.
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comment Amazon SES e-mails ending in Yahoo & Hotmail Spam folders, even though SPF and SenderID and DKIM are set correctly
For future reference, why was this question downvoted twice? Thanks.
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comment Amazon SES e-mails ending in Yahoo & Hotmail Spam folders, even though SPF and SenderID and DKIM are set correctly
Thanks for confirming my suspicions that the problem is on Amazon's end. Two quick questions: 1) If a domain is only allowed to have one TXT/SPF record, then how can it have both a standard SPF record and a SenderID? 2) How can I add the IP ranges manually to both the SPF and SenderID until Amazon fixes this? Thanks!
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comment How to Automatically and Temporarily block an IP address making too many hits on the Server in a short timespan?
Can you please explain what the first line of code does, exactly? Also, how does ossec compare with fail2ban? Thanks.
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comment How to Automatically and Temporarily block an IP address making too many hits on the Server in a short timespan?
Interesting, thanks. How does this deal with or impact web crawlers such as Google?
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