My client has an SBS 2003 server and is sending his emails via exchange. The exchange in turn relays the messages off his ISP's SMTP server (this has reverse DNS setup correctly and is definately not on any blacklists).
When messages are recieved at the far end - if the user is using Outlook - invariably messages from the clients domain end up being put by Outlook directly into Junk.
What can we do to minimise this ? - Could the problem be related to his domain ? how can i check the reputation of his domain ?
In order to diagnose whats going on, we have to figure out where its being dumped. While I realize that you have no control over the rest of the planet, it still could be a exchange setting causing this
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This video shows how to remove a single email address from the Outlook 2010 Auto Suggestion memory.
NOTE: For Outlook 2016 and 2013 perform the exact same steps.
Open a new email: Click the New email button in Outlook.
Start typing the address: …