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Symptoms: All my client's email's goes to SPAM in Gmail service, what to do ?
First: I double check blacklists, my server IP is not on.
Sender policy SPF is configured properly
Double checked email headers in Gmail, and they seems to be ok.
Olso my SMTP server is on same IP that my mail panel.
I do send emails from my mail panel.
What can I do, where to look for help in this case ?
Maillog shows 250 OK status wheen delivering messages.
Has your domain got ReverseDNS set to your domain?
My Server ip resolves to my server name.
I got plesk on board so mainly such basic stuff is configured on sight.
GMail has its own Algo to treat SPAM.
And trust me it is very bad as quite a lot of times VERY Legitimate mails go to spam.
You can mark as not spam so that it doesnt go in SPAM again.
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I do know that, but again, that is really strange behavior /all your "clients" mail go to spam/, that is something quite different in my opinion.
And I do remember year back, there was everything fine.
If you go buy a cheap .com domain and point it to your servers IP and set the reverse dns for your servers IP's to that domain, It should be fine.
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