Re: Yahoo Bulk folder
- From: "SP_1" <none@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 15 Aug 2006 16:58:47 -1000
After requesting PTR record setup for the Public IP of our Exchange server,
the reverse DNS seemed to be in place. I went to dnsstuff.com to verify the
Reverse DNS Look on our IP, and it came back saying "Records all match".
I now send a test email to Yahoo account, and it is still sorted under the
Bulk folder. I sent a similar test message to both MSN and Hotmail
accounts, they both ended up in the Junk E-Mail folder.
Could there be something else in our Exchange server that caused this ?
"Neal D." <devo93@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
It is probably as Hank listed below, a failure to performa a valid
reverse DNS lookup. Could be something to do with your DNS records.
Brian Devault, MCSE
Hank Arnold wrote:
You need to talk with Yahoo. There could be one of several causes. You
are on a black list, your IP address is dynamic, there is no valid
reverse DNS resolution, you don't have a valid set of A records, etc...
I agree that is a reasonable approach; however, I haven't yet checked
I'm more suspicious of my server setup (not necessarily Exchange
which cause other server (Yahoo in this case) to treat my messages as
coming from a rogue server instead of a legitimate one.
I guess I'm going to contact Yahoo while looking for more advices that
crack the case.
"Hank Arnold" <rasilon@xxxxxxx> wrote in message
Sounds like you need to talk to Yahoo...
Our Exchange server is set up for testing at the moment. Everything
seems to be fine regarding sending and receiving messages to/from
internet addresses. However, there is one issue regarding messages
to Yahoo address.
When messages are sent from our Exchange server to a Yahoo account,
messages are automatically filed in the Bulk folder in the Yahoo
Bulk folder is where spam related messages are stored in any Yahoo
Please help me figure out where the problem may be and how to solve