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Fucking Gmail !!!! I hate you so much !!!

My mail server is fucking perfect, I have all the records in my DNS and even have a 10/10 score on mail-tester.com.
But this fucking Gmail keeps putting me the spam folder ! Why do you hate my so much ?

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  • 9
    Ptr, spf, txt, AND mx?
  • 9
    @taigrr yes and also dkim and dmarc
  • 6
    Do you have a dedicated ip? If not there might be an issue with that. And you're using ssl?
  • 5
    @taigrr I have my own static IP address with the vps I rent and I have SSL/TLS configured
  • 3
    Is it possible that the sending domain is abused by spammers before you bought it?
  • 3
    @unknown already thought of that, I checked the blacklist databases and it isn't in any of them
  • 2
    Same for the IP-address?
  • 3
    @unknown good idea ! Didn’t check that
  • 2
    @AdrienNini was that the problem?
  • 2
    @calmyourtities nope :/ the ip isn’t listed. Not the first time I have this problem. Already got the same issue last year on another project with another domain and ip
  • 4
    If you've done all that then check the mail headers. Guessing something isn't matching up and gmail is throwing a hissy fit.
  • 1
    The issue is u can hate it or love it
    but u cant ignore it ;)
  • 3
    Try this with hotmail, you'll be blacklisted for bullshit reasons before you can fucking blink
  • 0
    @daegontaven I tried sending an email with a good content (real text not just testing words) and spam again
  • 0
    @dangerzone I already looked at them, everything is good and all records pass correctly in the headers
  • 0
    @daegontaven Someone told me it's because Google block all mails coming from small and young mail servers but it seems odd to me
  • 3
    Send an email from gmail to the address as well. And add it to your contact book. Then a day later send mail to a diff gmail account. I'm just trying to remember what else I did, I know mine works now, I set it up about a year ago.
  • 0
    @taigrr good idea ! I'll try this tonight ;)
  • 1
    Here a quick fix for you send mail to two dozen friend and family members (with gmail account) and ask them to mark your email as not spam
  • 1
    Never had this problem despite not doing any of what you’ve done. It’s probably because of the content.
  • 0
    @620hun I don't know where it comes from, I always have this problem when I'm configuring a mail server.
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