My website is sending out email that RackSpace email is marking as spam. I'm trying to figure out why the email is being marked as spam and what I can do about it.
The most interesting header that the spam filter adds is the
X-CNFS-Analysis header that looks like it has lots of information about what the spam filter is seeing. However, I don't know how to interpret the information in that header.
Here are all the headers that the spam filter has added to one of my emails:
X-Virus-Scanned: OK X-Spam-Threshold: 95 X-Spam-Score: 100 X-MS-Exchange-Organization-SCL: 9 Precedence: junk X-Spam-Flag: YES X-Virus-Scanned: OK X-MessageSniffer-Scan-Result: 0 X-MessageSniffer-Rules: 0-0-0-6537-c X-CMAE-Scan-Result: 100 X-CNFS-Analysis: v=2.1 cv=N/QQSQNB c=1 sm=0 tr=0 p=9ykYl8AZAAAA:8 a=Nk1C7OHzZdtRZR7HpOBzRA==:117 a=Nk1C7OHzZdtRZR7HpOBzRA==:17 a=6KVD7agYW9oA:10 a=DYL8iF3SNlAA:10 a=pdDdBm1-2EwA:10 a=m6qU47vR8oQA:10 a=8StPLQsqK-w3qlaorP8A:9 a=57urXIHmFmcA:10 a=abufaKy4Sp0A:10
More info about my specific situation: These emails are being sent to me at my Rackspace email address. The server is hosted on Amazon AWS. The emails are being sent using Amazon SES. I also send a newsletter this way. I'm not having problems with the newsletter, only the email alerts that my server sends to me to let me know of problems.
I feel that if I could decipher the headers, I could diagnose the problem.