This is not uncomon for emails sent from a script. Send one to yourself and look at the headers. More than likely it will say sent by email@example.com on behalf of firstname.lastname@example.org. Most spam filter will ban this. You might want to lookinto a script that uses smtp or talk to your host and ask them how to get that script to be from you. I have the same problem and I am looking into this as well.
well its configured like my email@example.com its strange!on my other website all confirmation emails work fine!but not on this one :(
Can you set up some other e-mail address to use on that server?
That is, instead of using an address of "my[spam-alert-sort-of-name]@domain.com", maybe you could set up a new account named something like "firstname.lastname@example.org" or "email@example.com". And maybe then set up a forwarder, so the e-mails (from the form to this new address) get automatically forwarded to your preferred box.
Just an idea....
NO help :( it blocked I think my server bec i tried diffrent address and domain on my currrent host but non of them work :(
Is your mail server configured for SPF records?
Is it possible your domain was tagged spammy because Yahoo! and Hotmail users reported spam (correctly or incorrectly) from other emails you or the previous owner of that domain sent? A lot of people might see a dataing web site email and just hit the spam report button.
Thanks for replies!
But it made me angry!
I lost 50% of my costumers! Due to that email problem because they do't get any reply or anything in there email! Everything goes to spambox. I tried MX Entrym, Chnging emails etc... no help.
[edited by: Woz at 11:16 pm (utc) on Nov. 25, 2005]
[edit reason] Tidying up. [/edit]
OK, here some advice just from what I have encountered before, don't know if it will help you.
I have encountered this problem before in the past with certain mail servers so hopefully this will help you isolate the problem.
I was not able to get my mails delivered to certain clients only but for other it is ok. After doing some testing, I realize that the rejected message was something like non-routable domain.
In the end, I edited the DNS records at the registrar and add an root entry for the domain record (@ example.com) and also an A record for the mail server domain name. eg. #*$!.xxx.xxx.xxx A mail.example.com.
They're also likely to reject ip block in a dynamic address range even though you may just happen to be a static ip located between the range.
@kwngian thanks for reply.
But i am able to send to clients mail it work fine but instead of going to there inbox it goes to tere bulk massage folder :(
Submit a request to Yahoo asking to be whitelisted. They'll send you a long questionaire and if you are clean and your answers are truthful they let you out of the bulk folder. Its happened to me on two different servers and I had no problem getting whitelisted.