I use Google Mail for all my personal mails. I use a custom mail address which is configured to forward all mails to my Google Mail account. When sending mails I use the feature to use another smtp server. All my custom mail addresses are hosted at yandex.
Now to the problem: Google Mail is marking all incoming mails to my email address (
"something"@jakobjarosch.de) as spam.
This happens for nearly all mails I receive, except mails from another Google Mail account.
I hope someone can help me out why this is caused, therefore here are some more details about an example mail I received:
Message ID <email@example.com> Created at: Sun, Feb 12, 2017 at 11:18 AM (Delivered after 1 seconds) From: Jakob Jarosch <"firstname.lastname"@yandex.com> To: "something"@jakobjarosch.de Subject: Test-Mail SPF: PASS with IP 220.127.116.11 DKIM: PASS with domain yandex.com DMARC: PASS
And here the full mail dump: http://pastebin.com/raw/q8QUff06
I'm a bit surprised because the mail passes SPF, DKIM and DMARC and is nevertheless marked as spam.
I tried it with sending mails from:
- other Gmail accounts [no spam]
- My work mail account [spam]
- A yandex mail account [spam]
- IsMyEmailWorking.com [spam]
- A german mail hoster (web.de [spam]
- Another company mail account [spam]
Another curious thing is, this happens for mails to
"something"@foxylion.de, but not for mails to
"something"@jakob.soy. The configuration is the same for all of the three domains (or at least should be).
I would appreciate any help. I've no more ideas especially because it also happens for mails where SPF, DKIM and DMARC are working.