You send mail from Carerix, where you use your own email address
(e.g.: firstname.lastname@example.org) as the sender. You receive a message that this address is (falsely) considered as spam.
It can also occur that your message is refused with the message of:
553 sorry, that domain isn't in my list of allowed rcpthosts (#5.7.1)
5.7.1 Unable to relay
host <your mail server> said: 550 High probability of spam
Because spam occurs with an increasing frequency, spam filters are becoming stricter: they try to see, based on multiple rules, whether a message is spam or not. A control method that's used more and more often is to check the "domain" of the sender.
Other reasons for marking your message as spam:
Logo or image
HTML incorrect or untidy
Little text, multiple images
Referrals to scripts
Your sender address might be on a blacklist
Solution 1: Using your own SMTP server
This is a solution that takes care of this difference. Since Release 42 Carerix offers the possibility of sending your email through your own mail server (SMTP server). In this case the Carerix email is sent from the same domain (yourcompany.com) as the sender address indicates.
To use this possibility, your Carerix administrator needs to create a list of possible SMTP servers. Afterwards, every user can set in his user settings whether he or she wants to use the SMTP server.
Configuring SMTP servers
To add a SMTP server you take the following steps:
Log in as administrator
Go to Maintenance | Tables, table "Other SMTP server"
Fill in the name (e.g.: "smtp.yourcompany.com") or the IP number (for example: 22.214.171.124, or in this format for alternate port numbers: [126.96.36.199]:587)
At Login information fill in the username and password with which e-mail may be sent with your SMTP server
This login information will differ from your "Carerix login". Ask the right login information from your system administrator
Using this SMTP server
To use a previously created SMTP server you take the following steps:
Log in, go to "My account", under the header of "E-mail settings"
Choose the desired server at "Outgoing mail server (SMTP)"keep it blank if you want to use the SMTP server "mail.carerix.net"
Solution 2: Sender Policy Framework
Solution 3: Fixing the message
If the problem is not caused by the method of sending the email, then the contents of the message is usually the culprit. Change and fix the contents of the message. If needed, ask your receiver if there is any way of finding out why this specific message was "rejected".