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Email going to spam only for addon domain(virtual server)

Hi, I have setup a droplet with virtualmin (centos 6, AMP). My main domain = domain1.com emails are not going to spam, but my other domain( virutal server/addon domain) emails are being delivered in SPAM.

My MX records are setup as ns1.domain1.com. for domain1, ns1.domain2.com. for domain2, ns1.domain3.com. for domain3

Text records are same for all.

Thanks in advance for all your help


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Try deleting the zone itself and not each record individually. If your domain name’s nameservers are set to DigitalOcean’s nameservers, create an SPF record and add it as a TXT record in the DNS manager.

I have tried deleting all the records in virtualmin but one <br> Record name Type Value
<br> healtheventz.com SOA - Start Of Domain as5.healtheventz.com. root.as5.healtheventz.com 1381990859 10800 3600 60480 … <br> <br>is disabled, so I am not able to delete this part. <br>How to proceed? <br> <br>Thanks for your further help

I don’t understand what you mean by <b>"I have configured only DO DNS …</b>. <br> <br>Does that mean that you created DNS records in DigitalOcean’s <a href=“https://www.digitalocean.com/community/articles/how-to-set-up-a-host-name-with-digitalocean”>DNS Manager</a>? If so, then you need to delete the DNS records in Virtualmin.