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Setup a Email Server like does mailchimp.

Hi Community, i hope all is good!

I was figure out how to get a setup environment like does mailchimp for Responsive Email. My issue is whole email that i send from a droplet is going to SPAM.

But if i copy the template to mailchimp account its goes to INBOX folder.

Check this link and see how the internal code is received from mailchimp and how is received into INBOX GMail http://infomailcr.com/images/Mailchimp1.png

Anybody have expertise setting a SMTP server with relay or if know where i can start to setup my droplet.


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In order to not be marked as spam, you need to: <br>Make sure your reverse DNS is setup. ie, "mail.example.org resolves to 10.0.0.1, 10.0.0.1 reverse resolves to mail.example.org. (Or <anything.example.org>) <br>Setup a MX record that points to mail.example.org <br>Setup SPF records that allow only your MX record host to send mail <br>Setup DKIM. <br>Don’t send spam. <br> <br>(There should be tutorials on how to do each of things around, look at google, since you havn’t told us what MTA you’re using) <br> <br>