Postfix authentication problem

June 2, 2014 1.2k views
hello. I installed postfix, and I can send and receive emails from any external server, however my emails land in the spam folder. I know, it's for authentication, as well as my domain to my ip, I really do not know which file I should set and where. I want to see the source code of my email, so they can help to detect possible error, I leave here. The code may be aware that the sender goes (not Salé and my ip or my domain, I hope you can help me), actually I'm newbie, but I have learned a lot reading. http://pastebin.com/SAFcz9AM I hope you can help me and guide me Thank you.
2 Answers
Are your using another SMTP server like Google, Hotmail, or something similar as a relay? If you are doing that with a custom domain, make sure you have your MX records set up correctly. If not, it will look like you are claiming to send mail from a domain that it doesn't really originate from. That's a quick way to get flagged as spam.

Andrew, thanks for replying, I have logged the mx, as indicated in this post:

Perhaps it may be because I'm missing header:

-Outgoing X-Spam-Status: No, score = -2.9
X-AntiAbuse: This header was added to track abuse, Please include it With Any abuse report

How could install the program scan or post me manage them?
by Etel Sverdlov
This article walks you through setting up the DNS for your site. The tutorial includes steps to set up an A records, point your nameservers, and provides some information about MX records.
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