I have different adresses configured with several domains on the same server. All the emails send to gmail/hotmail adresses are marked spam.
Looking in the headers everything seems fine, including SPF:
Delivered-To: firstname.lastname@example.org Received: by 10.202.174.138 with SMTP id x132csp563903oie; Wed, 20 May 2015 04:53:19 -0700 (PDT) X-Received: by 10.180.109.136 with SMTP id hs8mr40446245wib.73.1432122799197; Wed, 20 May 2015 04:53:19 -0700 (PDT) Return-Path: <email@example.com> Received: from x.net (x.net. [xx])
I have tried to send emails to gmail from horde and form php but the are mark as spam even if the gmail headers are ok:
Delivered-To: firstname.lastname@example.org Received: by 10.112.205.233 with SMTP id lj9csp202933lbc; Wed, 7 Aug 2013 05:58:22 -0700 (PDT) X-Received: by 10.15.31.9 with SMTP id x9mr2966600eeu.103.1375880301851; Wed, 07 Aug 2013 05:58:21 -0700 (PDT) Return-Path: <info@my_domain.com>
All my Mxtools are ok... No problem with it ... Not in blacklist ...
Spoiler: Spam List Test Result SMTP Banner Check OK - 184.108.40.206 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.
Started after last update 12.0.18 Update #44 (on CloudLinux): I can send mail wia created mailboxes, but sites can not send mail, contact forms say "Failed to send your message." maillog file also do not indicate sending any messages from domains. Wordpress restore password claims:
"The e-mail could not be sent. Possible reason: your host may have disabled the mail() function." php.ini is default: safe_mode = Off disable_functions = is empty
The issue about not sending mail from domains was - old versions of LVE anf CageFS are incompatible with latest plesk update, updating them caused all sites in Cagefs to throw error 500 with log string: "SecureLVE jail error Invalid regexps: no match for path to base home directory". It was fixed by changing cagefs.base.home.dirs regexp to the real sites folder location. Enabling cagefs back removed one of the files it shouldn't:
"Removed file /var/cagefs/81/xxx/etc/php.d/soap.ini" So be carefull to place necesssary files back. For now everything works. Click to expand... Click for original message
i have one Mailbox on my server, which i cannot sending mails. I tested it with Outlook and Horde.
For Example, i see this error at the Maillog:
Jul 14 22:12:13 gaius postfix/cleanup: 2F653402A6: milter-reject: END-OF-MESSAGE from localhost[127.0.0.1]: 5.7.0 The message could not be sent. You are not allowed to use sendmail utility.; from=<email@example.com> to=<firstname.lastname@example.org> proto=ESMTP helo=<gaius.stefanshome.com>
I delete this Mailbox, but after a time, i have the same problem again. On the Plesk Webinterface there is no problem logging with the outgoing spam protection.
I just moved from DirectAdmin to Parallels Plesk and already love the interface. Much better than DA in my opinion.
Let's get to the problem:
When I make a new email account I can login to this account on webmail.domain.com (roundcube) and receive and send emails. Now when I want to use this account on Apple Mail i'm not sure which ports I need to use.
For the incoming mail server I use: 143 For the outgoing mail server I use: 587
Now when I look at my mailbox it gives me a warning sign. The outgoing mail server gives a green dot, but the incoming mail server gives me a red dot.
- So sending mails works. - And receiving mails don't work.
I am using IMAP and have enabled the SSL box. I don't know if i need to check this, because i'm not running on an SSL certificate.
Are the ports that i'm using right? And should I enable the SSL checkbox?
I have a problem with file upload. I changed php.ini files in /etc/php5/cgi and user and php.ini to work with big files. I changed accordingly max_filesize, post_max_size, memory_limit.Also changed suhosin memory_limit and some other stuffs. I cant get files bigger than ~100MB to be sent through forms with post! Below is ok.Is there any method to do this with plesk 11.5?? I saw docs on this particular topics with plesk 10 on internet but nothing for plesk 11.
I had made the backups of subscription and of whole plesk too and migrate it to other server. It seems all to be fine, but I cannot send or receive emails In Tools & Settings -> Server-Wide Mail Settings - > Mail Queue I see all mails stored there. The IPs was changed yesterday, and now I can see that WHOIS Infos was chanfed too, the domains are online.
On old server I had no problem with sending of emails (post), it is stil on, because I had not by all domains changed the DNS-Records yet.
I want to send a notification (by an email to SMS gateway) when a specific email arrives. I see that Roundcube has a sieve filter option called "Send Notification" and it has three input boxes which have no tooltips and I am unable to find any documents telling me what to fill in those boxes.
The boxes are:
Method Options Message
The Message is obvious enough, but the other two?
For the method, I tried mailto:<email@example.com>
I left the options blank, typed in a short message and tried to save the filter, but it gave me an error message "Unable to save filter - server error occurred". Annoyingly, it then wiped out what I had typed and started me with a blank rule again. I also tried without the < and > round the email address.
Any clues as to proper syntax and what the options are?
Also, is it necessary to have another action after the Send Notification action to file the email away somewhere, or will it just be left in the inbox anyway if the only action is the notification?
My environment: Parallels Plesk v12.0.18_build1200140606.15 os_Debian 7.0 64bits - postfix
In documentation about Server-wide-mail settings
In Plesk for Linux with the Postfix mail server, you can change the IP address used for sending mail. Also, if your server sends mail from domain IP addresses, you can specify which name will be used as a host name in SMTP greetings.
Choose from the three options:
◦Send from domain IP addresses. By default, mail from each domain is sent using the domain's IP address. The host name used in SMTP greeting is defined by the configuration of the mail server.
◦Send from domain IP addresses and use domain names in SMTP greeting. If selected, Plesk changes the mail server configuration so that the SMTP greeting will contain the name of the domain from which an email message is sent.
This option prevent the sender's IP address from being put into public black lists, such as the Spamhaus or OpenBL lists. This might happen if the mail server host name is used in SMTP greeting for the messages sent from domain IP addresses. Some recipient servers consider such messages as spam.
We recommend that you use this option if you host less than 100 domains. In case of a large number of domains, using this option significantly increases the load on the server.
◦Send from the specified IP address. You might want to use certain IPv4 and IPv6 addresses for all outgoing mail.
Sending all mail from the specified address might be useful, for example, if the IP address of the mail server was put into public black lists, such as the Spamhaus or OpenBL lists. If you select None, outgoing mail will not be sent.Click to expand...