That's always an issue. A while back I had a user's password compromise
and these guys managed to send out in excess of 100,000 emails in just 2
But thanks on the setting.
On 02/11/17 18:10, surgemail-support wrote:
> Yes get dkim and spf configured, and yes you can enable encryption, set
> g_ssl_try_out "*"
> I don't know if ssl would help with this issue though, dkim and spf
> are the primary means of clarifying that your messages are really from
> In addition to that check you don't have a spammer sending out spam
> and damaging your reputation
> On 12/02/2017 3:08 a.m., surgemailHIDDEN@etwinsite.com wrote:
>> I am hearing rumors that a lot of email coming out of my servers is
>> ending up as SPAM at Gmail. (not a problem elsewhere and no I am not
>> an mass email provider).
>> One third party report indicated that our email was not encrypted? I
>> am not sure of this report as it's third party. But is there a
>> setting for outbound email to attempt ssl/tls connection that I might
>> be missing?
>> Or are they misinterrupting the signals from Gmail, did they really
>> mean authenicated email. Which would mean missing SPF or DKIM
>> signatures or ???
>> I don't have enough direct evidence to support either theory right
>> now. Just wondering if someone else has run across this.
>> Lyle Giese
>> LCR Computer Services, Inc.
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