Help! This is not my expertise!

#1

This is showing up and I don’t know how to fix. My emails are coming through as spam on Kajabi and I think it is because of this. Please help!

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Do not have a working DNS
#2

MX is for inbound mail. It’s probably something else. Give this test a try:

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#3

I’ve got issues with my emails being marked as suspicious. This is what the google person said. "I see, because normally when you DIG your DNS record using this tool: https://www.digwebinterface.com we should see your “working” DNS. But when I do that to your the30daygoalchallenge.com I don’t see anything.

I need help fixing this

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#4

I’m not buying that. I have several domains here with third party email and my email passes with flying colors. Granted I’ve gone a bit overboard with SPF and DMARC, but it’s not because you’re using Cloudflare’s DNS.

What were the results of that email spam test from the link I sent you? (the results has a unique you can share for testing)

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#5

I got distracted chatting with her. I’ll try and send one now

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#6

I sent one through Kajabi. Where do I see the results?

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#7

If you kept that page open, it had a link for the results. If you closed that page, give it another try. And post the link for those results.

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#8

I know a thing or two about emails, What I know of my discussion with mailgun support is that the domain that is sending email should point to a valid IP and the IP should have a valid rDNS.

With no A record being configured on your domain, there is a strong chance that some spam filter has identified it as a spam domain (due to lack of a valid IP)

Try pointing your domain to an IP address with a valid rDNS and then check spam scores. It should mention which spam black lists you’re listed in. Then visit those blacklists and request delisting.

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#9

She’s using Gmail for her domain, so within that setup, her DNS should be spot on. If you’re referring to rDNS for her website’s IP address, that shouldn’t be an issue. I have three domains going through Cloudflare that use two different third-party email hosts and I have no spam problems with them.

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#10

What I see on her DNS screenshot is There’s no A record for the root domain. That can be the potential cause of the problem

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