A lot of this can have to do with Reverse DNS and SPF records on your mail domain. AOL and hotmail will both flag these if not configured directly.

You can test this by sending a HELO message to many test services to see if your machine is configured correctly for mail, that is if it has a valid hostname configured in postfix.

Many configurations of Postfix out of the box will not work this way and while .Mac and Google are a little more forgiving, AOL and hotmail are not. Getting blacklisted by AOL takes a long time to fix and is a consuming process.


On Jun 6, 2008, at 7:22 AM, nurilized wrote:

problem is that the mails that i have sent (via postfix) as test did not go
to hotmail users (gmail accepted tho)

Brian Loomis
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