WMan wrote:I've got the same problem.
I checked my domain using dnsinspect.com and my domain passd mx and mail tests for 100%.
the ptr record is going to my domain like that: mydomain.zone
should I ask my provider to change it to hostname.mydomain.zone?
or there is no big difference?..
Please help I do not have any idea why all of my emails goes to spam in gmail.
I checked my IP address is not blacklisted at all.
Thank you for any help.
When you set up your server, what did you type as it's hostname? This is what the PTR should be and all the DNS should be set up correctly.
Emails going into SPAM can be a challenge to fix. Send a test e-mail to this service: http://www.mail-tester.com/
It will analyze your email (including spam) and give you a score. Make sure the following pass:
We check if the server you are sending from is authenticated
[SPF] Your server xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx is authorized to use firstname.lastname@example.org
[Sender ID] Your server xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx is authorized to use email@example.com
Your DKIM signature is valid
You do not have a DMARC record
Your server xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx is successfully associated with xx.xx.xx
Your domain name xx.xx.xx is assigned to a mail server.
Your hostname xx.xx.xx is assigned to a server.
VestaCP will always fail for DMARC -0.5 points. Currently, I send e-mails and score 9.5/10.