Gmail spam filtering
Jay R. Ashworth
jra at baylink.com
Sun Nov 22 19:36:50 UTC 2015
That wasn't a problem prior to my departure, but apparently it is now.
I've just added an SPF for the domain.
----- Original Message -----
> From: "Filip Hruska" <fhr at fhrnet.eu>
> To: nanog at nanog.org
> Sent: Sunday, November 22, 2015 12:33:29 PM
> Subject: Re: Gmail spam filtering
> You might need to setup/change a SPF record for that domain. I always
> had Google marking my email as spam when I tried to send emails with no
> SPF record.
> On 11/22/2015 06:03 PM, Jay Ashworth wrote:
>> Bout a month ago, I had someone crack a POP password on my private mail server,
>> and got a couple days of spam out through it before I caught it on Sunday
>> I locked it down, and am this weekend replacing that mail server with one
>> of current vintage, serving the same domain from a linode instance on a
>> different IP and, obviously, transport network.
>> I'm finding, though, that gmail is spam-filing the emails I send out,
>> presumably because they're on the same domain name in the envelope.
>> Anyone got a pointer to where I go to assure Google I'm on top of it now?
>> The mail delivers to their inbound MX ok, it just ends up in the spam folder,
>> even on my business GoogleApps account. Delivers to Yahoomail just fine.
>> I checked the new IP in the MXtoolbox RBL checker, and no hits, but does
>> gmail know what ranges are assigned to VPS providers, like with the cable
>> swamp, and bias its spamchecking accordingly?
>> -- jra
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