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Wrong Nameservers? If the domain in your image is the one that is having the issue, the nameservers are set to: nserver: ns1.blacknight.com nserver: ns2.blacknight.com Based on the IPs of these nameservers, I doubt they are hosted on your Plesk server. If I query your Plesk server directly, I get the expected result. dig +short ...


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I had the same exact issue (in fact, sending with AWS SES and receiving with Rackspace). Just as you did, I had some emails that weren't flagged as SPAM, and some that were, so the way I debugged it was simply by swapping out content until I narrowed down what the problem was. In my case, it was such a stupid thing causing my problems: I had a shortened ...


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I was in similar situation earlier. And the only solution i found is to use postfix and set it up properly in your vps. Here is a simple guide for you: http://ostechnix.wordpress.com/2013/02/08/setup-mail-server-using-postfixdovecotsquirrelmail-in-centosrhelscientific-linux-6-3-step-by-step/ And then use this guide to setup auto forwarder to your gmail ...


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What you want to do is setup a Gmail for Business account. This will give you the ability to create and manage Gmail accounts which look like regular domain email addresses (eg yourname@yoursite.com). This cost $50/yr and is completely professional looking. Here is the link to get you started: ...



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