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I am using a drupal install with my website and I am having an issue with Gmail filtering messages sent from the website as spam in some instances. Is there something I can do with SPF or something like that to prevent these emails from getting marked as spam? I have paid the extra to have a unique ip address.

asked 14 Nov '12, 16:21

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First, you should determine why Gmail thinks the messages are spam. Gmail usually displays a "Why is this message in Spam?" link along with spam messages.

If you think an SPF record will help, then you can create one by following the instructions in our documentation: Configuring SPF Records

If that doesn't solve the problem, then you can create a filter in Gmail to never mark messages from your site as spam.

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answered 14 Nov '12, 16:45

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