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Why all emails sending from my server are hitting spam

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by fsmobilez, Mar 3, 2008.

  1. fsmobilez

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    Hi

    Emails sending from my servers are all hitting spam instead of going to inbxo

    Even they are send to newsletter subscriber, reffer to friends, contact me forums etc

    Plz any one tell me how can i resolve this problem and what more info should i provide u so any one can help me.
     
  2. Ayot

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    Try to play with SPF and domain keys features at email authentication tab.
     
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    where i can find this tab
     
  4. teksupportrena

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    Hi,
    There are several reported cases of people having issues in sending
    mail to yahoo and hotmail addresses, and the mails being blocked or sent to
    Junk mail or Bulk mail folder. All these issues depend on certain
    requirements of the email providers, the domain from where mail is send
    should have a valid rDNS record. The sender domain should also have a valid
    SPF record. These are some of the basic checks .

    Some email providers filter messages based on content, subject line and may
    put the email into the recipient's bulk mail folder. It depends on the spam
    filters at the recipient's end. Depending on the spam filters at the
    recipient's end and based on content and subject line of the mail, at time
    they may consider legitimate e-mails as spam and deliver it to junk folder.

    So one option is to craft the message carefully.
    You can also contact the receipient and ask them to whitelist your IP.
    If the mails are sending from any forms (using scripts) some servers sonsider it as spam.

    You can get more information on this from:
    http://postmaster.msn.com/
    http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/mail/postmaster/postmaster-02.html
     
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