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not send mail to Hotmail

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by uops, Mar 4, 2008.

  1. uops

    uops Member

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    I can not send mail to Hotmail, the message is not enough, the message also not enough in the junk mail, how to solve this problem? Reverse the dns are already configured.

    Thanks.
     
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    Tymsah Well-Known Member

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    yes,

    i have same problem..
     
  3. uops

    uops Member

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    Some person of greater knowledge can help us? :confused:
     
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    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    There's a myriad of threads regarding this issue (some which have had new posts today). You may wish to look at those threads for some guidance.
     
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    same problem there.
     
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    LiNUxG0d Well-Known Member

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    Hi there,

    Though there are a plethora of posts regarding this, I'll give you what I think is pretty standard practice. These guidelines are followed by big free mail providers, to name a few: Hotmail, Yahoo! and AOL.

    - Make sure your reply-to address exists; check it for typos. Hotmail DOES perform sender callout verification.
    - Try adding some good complete (-all and not ~all) SPF records to your MX for your domain.
    - Try enabling (and removing test mode) DomainKeys for your domain.
    - If you're on a shared hosting server, and NEED the deliverability, you may need to go to a dedicated host. Big providers target shared hosts as possible cause for junk mail, so they don't rely on them as being "legitimate" sources.

    Admittedly, Hotmail is probably the HARDEST one in the bunch to deliver to. They don't bounce back and they just suppress the mail. I don't blame them, but don't condone the behavior either. ;)

    Hope this info helps you.
     
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