Old 10th October 2010, 07:04
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Default Mail being sent to spam folder

I have two servers set up with ispconfig 3. One is a mail server and the other my web server. My emails were being delivered just fine until I tried to configure roundcube's mail interface and now all my outgoing emails are ending up in my recipients spam folders. I tested with 3 different domains and all the same. Any help on where to start fixing this would be greatly appreciated. I also use my hosting providers dns servers and do not have those configured using ispconfig

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Old 10th October 2010, 12:46
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Most likely the roundcube plugin changes the score of the spamfilter policy that is selected for this mailbox and / or email domain. Go to the spamfilter policys in ispconfig and check that the spam levels are not too low. A svae level is e.g.:

spam-tag-level: 3
spam-tag-level2: 5
spam-kill-level: 15
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