Email setected as spam

Mail sent from our exchange server is being detected as spam.

I have checked spam lists and dont seem to apear on them. our domain is indspec.com

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Jandakel2Commented:
http://www.dnsstuff.com/tools/ip4r.ch?ip=indspec.com

According to this, you are listed in at least one SPAM database...not a very prevalent one, but you are listed.  Check out the tools here:  www.dnsstuff.com  and check things like relaying and reverse DNS lookup.  What kind of errors are you receiving?  Is all of your mail being blocked or just some...

Thanks,

JK
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jfgrayiiiAuthor Commented:
Just some email servers detect us as spam

dnsstuff report that we do not have a spf record. Is this important
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Jandakel2Commented:
I saw that you are using a Road Runner Host....they have been having problems with SPAM black list identification....you should check their IP's on the lists also.  If they are hosting your MX Record, than your outgoing mail server would be theirs....so that is what you should be checking for on black lists.

JK
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Jandakel2Commented:
http://www.openspf.org/faq.html

Here is some info on spf records...they are personal preference, not a necessity.
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carl_legereCommented:
Even with RR business you are looking at more and more servers not wanting your mail.  You will have to setup a exchange SMTP connector to send the mail to your ISP connected mail server for it's final delivery.
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carl_legereCommented:
would help if your mail server name mail.indspec.com matched your PTR record, which is pop.indspec.com

agreed that lack of SPF is not going to cause mail to be blocked, someday maybe
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