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Mail takes a long time to arrive and stored on the spam folder Exchange 2013 to hotmail

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I have new Exchange 2013 infrastructure (2 Servers MBX+CAS1 and MBX+CAS2 these 2 servers it's 2 VMs in Hyper-v with good internet connexion) the send connector configured correctly and i have a problem when i send mails to external
with hotmail:
Mail takes a long time to arrive and stored on the spam folder
with gmail:
Even Mail not delivered
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it's ok now the External DNS coniguration the cause of this issue
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happy to hear that.
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