On 03.03.2015 21:17, Laurence Abbott wrote:
On 3 March 2015 at 08:20, Klaus Schmidinger <klaus.schmidin...@tvdr.de> wrote:
On 03.03.2015 09:15, Laurence Abbott wrote:
As a word of warning, it appears that gmail marks the autoresponse
messages as spam!
I eventually thought to look in my spam folder so I could register
Thanks. That's why I added "Please also check your SPAM folder, because
automated emails are wrongfully considered SPAM by some filters" to the
that appears right after the verification mail has been sent.
Any ideas how Gmail determines that this is an autoresponse message?
Nothing particularly helpful on the gmail help page it links me to
(just very general stuff).
The (possibly?) relevant bits from the header could be:
Received-SPF: none (google.com: k...@tvdr.de does not designate
permitted sender hosts) client-ip=188.8.131.52;
spf=none (google.com: k...@tvdr.de does not designate permitted
sender hosts) smtp.mail=k...@tvdr.de
Thanks. I have now added an SPF record to my server's DNS setup.
Hopefully this will help.
Could you perhaps test this again (it may take up to a day, though, until
the DNS change has propagated). You could simply access your VDR User Counter
entry again and click on the "Change" button, even without making any
actual changes. It will then send you an email, from which you should please
send me the relevant headers (like the ones above), so I can see whether
Gmail sees things differently now.
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