Emails generated by my site scripts go to the junk/spam folder of gmail/yahoo etc
I am using the Google Apps for email of my domain (means that I have pointed the MX records of my domain to Google) but the emails which are being generated from my site just use the server capabilities to generate the emails (means that the emails generated by script don't pass through Google email servers)
I suspect that this might be causing problems with spam tagging ? and what can I do to get around this
I have two domains www.aqarcenter.com and www.resalahcenter.com
I use Swiftmailer on both to send emails. I am having trouble with the invitation emails sent by the site visitors to their GMail friends as their messages appear in the Junk folder. The DNS settings for both domains are as follows:
aqarcenter.com: [url] resalahcenter.com : [url]
The header of sent emails as they appear in GMail is as follows: ...
My web development company has just launched a new website in Hong Kong. It's a brand new site, so obviously hasnt even been listed on google yet.
One MAJOR problem we're facing is ALL email sent from the server is going to Spam/junk mail folders. We dont have a dedicated mail server and all mail is being sent via the web servers localhost (via a phpmailer script)
The site is member driven but members cannot join the site, because their account activation emails are going to spam/junk and theyre not finding them (we do mention for people to check their spam/junk but alot of people still dont)
So i am wondering if anyone has any tips how i can get the site listed as not spam. its a .hk domain name so i'm wondering if its only because im in australia that its going to spam for me?
either way id like to get the problem solved quickly, so if there is any verification/testing i can do to approve the site i would appreciate to find out.
All the outgoing email for my host (radionoroc.md) enters bulk folder in yahoo and hotmail. I ran a dns report at dnsstuff.com and corected the errors that I could:
1. Added an SPF record 2. Added A record for my nameservers
There are 4 errors left: the first 2 are due to the nameserver IPs that are on the same server (Nameservers on separate class C's and Single Point of Failure).
I can't figure out why the "Low port test" error happens, I curently don't run a firewall. But what bugs me the most is this error:
Mail server host name in greetingWARNING: One or more of your mailservers is claiming to be a host other than what it really is (the SMTP greeting should be a 3-digit code, followed by a space or a dash, then the host name). If your mailserver sends out E-mail using this domain in its EHLO or HELO, your E-mail might get blocked by anti-spam software. This is also a technical violation of RFC821 4.3 (and RFC2821 4.3.1). Note that the hostname given in the SMTP greeting should have an A record pointing back to the same server. Note that this one test may use a cached DNS record.host.radionoroc.md claims to be host host.radionoroc.md [but A lookup times out]: 220-host.radionoroc.md ESMTP Exim 4.66 #1 Fri, 29 Jun 2007 17:18:33 +0300 220-We do not authorize the use of this system to transport unsolicited, 220 and/or bulk e-mail.I added an A record for host.radionoroc.md, but that doesn't seem to help, though it may be cached at dnsstuff.com.
I recently signed up with a new host with CPanel and my emails are landing in junk folder of gmail/yahoo/hotmail id's. I contacted my host support and they added a SPF record. But this problem still persists. The record was added 2 days back.
What are the different formats of SPF record? Which one is used by majority of hosts?
I have phpnuke installed and i send out weekly newsletters and people seem to get them in their junk box in there email. How can i make it so my emails go to there inbox but not there junk box in their email?
I have just started to to set up a new site, I purchased the hosting 2 days ago from InnoHosting. I tested sending emails from my webmail and in windows live hotmail they are being sent to junk. I have used other hosts before and their webmail was fine not sending to junk. This is a problem with my host yes? I have contacted them but just wondering what you guys might think is wrong. BTW I have checked the IP and it is not blacklisted.
All my Mxtools are ok... No problem with it ... Not in blacklist ...
Spoiler: Spam List Test Result SMTP Banner Check OK - 220.127.116.11 resolves to ns1.elattal.com SMTP Reverse DNS Mismatch OK - Reverse DNS matches SMTP Banner SMTP TLS OK - Supports TLS. SMTP Connection Time 0.967 seconds - Good on Connection time SMTP Open Relay OK - Not an open relay.
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I see in the plesk documentation that the screen to enable SPAM filtering for an individual there is an option to "Move spam to the Spam folder". I don't see that option so I am wondering if it is only available on some versions of Plesk, or in combination with certain mail servers. How to make that option available?
All the mail sent from your server is going into the JUNK folder of other servers, such as Hotmail, GMail, Yahoo,etc, not reaching the inbox What are the steps needs to be taken to prevent mails going JUNK folder
I have enabled domainkeys in the mail server and all the emails going out of the server are signed by domainkeys. Yahoo confirms the domainkeys as verified for each message sent to their servers. However, Yahoo still delivers the emails to the spam folder instead of the inbox. I have done the domainkeys setup only an hour ago. Does Yahoo take time to recognize the sender server as genuine and deliver all the emails to the inbox or is there some other reason for the emails going to the spam folder? One thing is sure, Yahoo sucks and it sucks big time.
I am having trouble with all mail from my web server being delivered to the Yahoo! spam folder. After doing some reading, I have set up an SPF record and domain keys on the server, but the messages are still being sent to spam.
Here are the headers from an e-mail I sent to Yahoo! that was marked as spam:
(Note: I've made a few replacements so that my server's identity and my identity are not obvious.) ...