Topic: emails deprioritized due to a number of potential issues with mailing
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Well, all is well, my server is sending and recieving, PTR record good, SPF record good, DKIM good now there is another issue. :\
I messaged yahoo support to see why emails from my server are going to spam and this is their response.
Thank you for contacting Yahoo! Mail.
Please note that if you are not the administrator for the mail server(s) affected, we encourage you to contact the administrator so they can address the possible issues regarding mailings from the mail server.
After looking into the issue, it appears that your emails may have become deprioritized due to a number of potential issues with your mailings. These deprioritizations were temporary but may be re-triggered if the sending IP profile continues to be poor.
To continue to receive prioritized delivery, we recommend ensuring that you conform to industry standard practices. Then you will not be deprioritized and you should see improvements in delivery times as well as available connections.
Please visit the following help pages for information on improving list maintenance:
http://help.yahoo.com/kb/index?page=con … id=SLN3435
http://help.yahoo.com/kb/index?page=con … id=SLN3443
http://help.yahoo.com/kb/index?page=con … id=SLN3433
If you are not conforming to the standards listed in the help pages above, then you will likely experience significant delays in connections, as our system automatically prioritizes connection availability based on the type of information contained in these FAQs. By trying the basic suggestions listed on the help page, you can potentially:
* Decrease your cost of mailings in bandwidth, hardware, AND management.
* Increase the effectiveness of your mailings - non-existent users can't open your mail or respond to your offers!
* Increase the speed of your delivery - emails sent to large numbers of non-existent users can definitely impact the time it takes for you to deliver your important messages.
Plus, you'll ensure that your messages are prioritized by our delivery system which helps us differentiate you from spammers.
If we can further assist you, please let us know.
Thank you again for contacting Yahoo! Mail.
What the eFF does that mean?
[ ... ]it appears that your emails may have become deprioritized due to a number of potential issues with your mailings. These deprioritizations were temporary but may be re-triggered if the sending IP profile continues to be poor.
To continue to receive prioritized delivery, we recommend ensuring that you conform to industry standard practices.
How do i fix this?
Here is a sample header
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There filter reason is:
that is the IP of my mail server. not sure what the issue is.