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How to setup zpanel config for email?

December 23, 2013 8.5k views
I just recently installed zpanel on a droplet to use its website host and email exchange services! The website is working fine so far but the I'm running into some issues on the email part. It seems that most of the time the emails get marked as spam and when the reciever is using Outlook they don't even get the email in their spambox because it was already deleted on the incoming server. I would like to know how to step up the email so it isn't marked as spam by almost all servers! Also, I have another droplet with a similar configuration that I used for testing and it is impossible to exchange emails between eachothers domain because zpanel or roundcube instantly deletes de email from the other source (I supose) and I don't know how to open a exclusion or turn that off. Sorry for the explanation, I know it is kinda confusing :/
2 Answers
This is the perfect example of why n00bs should not use a control panel. It simply adds another layer of complexity, i.e. 1 more thing to learn, and one more possible point of failure. With that said, did you create SPF records? See How To use an SPF Record to Prevent Spoofing & Improve E-mail Reliability.

Also, you're more likely to find people that know how to use ZPanel in the ZPanel Forums. The ZPanel Docs might also be a good place to look.
by Pablo Carranza
A carefully tailored SPF record will reduce the likelihood of your domain name getting fraudulently spoofed and keep your messages from getting flagged as spam before they reach your recipients.
You're more likely to find people that know how to use ZPanel in the ZPanel Forums. The ZPanel Docs might also be a good place to look.
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