Solved Mails sent by my server are always tagged as spam by gmail

RR600

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They contain just an URL and credentials to log into a system (welcome email)

This is what I did so far:

- Added reverse IP
- SPF record was there by default (it pass the gmail check)
- Enabled DKIM (it pass the gmail check)
- Added DMARC record
- At gmail I tagged about 40 of those mails as legit
- I did search my server IP for blacklists and it seems to be clean

They still going to spam

I also contacted gmail team but I know it takes them years to answer.

Anything else I can try?
 

Richard G

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Try going to mail-tester.com and send a test mail to there.
You should get a score of 10/10 or at least 9.8/10.
If lower, it will be stated what is causing the issue, maybe that can shed some light onto your issue.
 

Richard G

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Must be some Gmail filter then, because if you have a 10/10 then your SPF and DKIM should be perfect also for GMail.
I'm afraid there's nothing to do except waiting for a Gmail reply.

What does your exim logs states about the mail to Gmail? Nothing about sending rates or anything else?
 

RR600

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How strict is your DMARC ? and take part of the postmaster tools of gmail and add + monitor your domain there

This is how it looks
Code:
_dmarc  3600    IN      TXT     "v=DMARC1;p=none; rua=mailto:postmaster@mydomain.com"

It passes the gmail check, at the postmaster tools the domain appears verified.
 

jamgames2

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don't need to do anything, just wait for longer day, because it's still a new domain. or your client can help you improve "gmail filter score" with set flag " It's not junk email ".
 

RR600

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Finally, today mails started appearing into the inbox.

Thanks for the help.
 
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