I have checked in DSNBL its safe in all
senderbase doesn't show a proper report, reputation report is neutral
spf, rdns, domainkeys are already set
yah, I just tried to send a mail manually to hotmail and it got rejected, and this was the msg:
SMTP error from remote mail server after MAIL FROM:<firstname.lastname@example.org> SIZE=2458:
host mx3.hotmail.com [18.104.22.168]: 550 SC-001 Mail rejected by Windows Live Hotmail for policy reasons. Reasons for rejection may be related to content with spam-like characteristics or IP/domain reputation problems. If you are not an email/network admin please contact your E-mail/Internet Service Provider for help. Email/network admins, please visit http://postmaster.live.com for email delivery information and support
I am trying to send mail to SENDERID dept with SPF records
emails are sent properly to all other domains except hotmail and live, so I guess it has to do something with the hotmail only. My personal account is on live
, so I think I have to contact them now via live account.
I got a doubt, I had sent mail to : email@example.com
to verify authentication and I got these results:
Summary of Results
SPF check: pass
DomainKeys check: pass
DKIM check: neutral
Sender-ID check: pass
SpamAssassin check: ham
I don't see any where the meaning for ham
to b listed in the mail in which the automated reply was recd
they had given only for following details:
the message passed the authentication test.
the message failed the authentication test.
the message failed the authentication test, and the authentication
method has either an explicit or implicit policy which doesn't require
successful authentication of all messages from that domain.
the authentication method completed without errors, but was unable
to reach either a positive or a negative result about the message.
a temporary (recoverable) error occurred attempting to authenticate
the sender; either the process couldn't be completed locally, or
there was a temporary failure retrieving data required for the
authentication. A later retry may produce a more final result.
a permanent (unrecoverable) error occurred attempting to
authenticate the sender; either the process couldn't be completed
locally, or there was a permanent failure retrieving data required
for the authentication.