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Maniac (V) Mad Scientist

From: Jacks raging bile duct....
Insane since: Mar 2000

IP logged posted posted 08-03-2006 22:54 Edit Quote

There is prolly something really silly I'm forgetting to do...perhaps someone can enlighten me. I created an form that emails on submit. It emails just fine and I get it but two other email addresses it is sent to threw it in the spam/junk folders immediately upon receipt. What can I do to prevent that? I believe it has something to do with authentication. Right now I am using the clients email address as the FROM address in the form. Should I be using an address located on my smtp server that I am sending from instead to prevent the appearance that it is spam?

Nevermind: I ended up making the FROM addy an account located on the SMTP server I was sending from and that resolved the spam problem...the new email ended up in the INBOX as it should...

(Edited by Boudga on 08-03-2006 23:00)

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