Google SMTP acceptance policy?
sking at kingrst.com
Wed Nov 5 22:30:30 CST 2008
>From my experience it just takes time. As users mark your email as
legitimate and not as spam your domain will build a good report Google.
Also, try implementing DKIM to help Google to verify the email.
Frank Bulk wrote:
> Have you worked through this Q/A process?
> I went through it and at the end it says there's not a way to whitelist a
> For Bulk e-mail senders:
> There's this checklist, too:
> And here's a form to fill out:
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jonathan Traylor [mailto:jtraylor at networkinglinux.net]
> Sent: Wednesday, November 05, 2008 8:08 PM
> To: nanog at nanog.org
> Subject: Google SMTP acceptance policy?
> Anyone have guidance on how to legimately stay out of Google/GMail's spam
> classifier and arrive at the inbox?
> We have a domain that is relatively newly registered, has proper MTA
> configuration and SPF records that I haven't been able to find on any
> blocklist, but GMail sends email from it straight to the spam folder.
> I haven't been able to find useful documentation for GMail in this regard
> around the web. Have looked at abuse.net's info, links and resources.
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