I've been playing with MailEnable standard as I believe the professional one will suit their needs but need to get my head around it first.
It's set up on a server in my DMZ. The server has a static internal IP, and the firewall translates that to a static external IP.
I also have a MS Exchange Server on the same DMZ for our use (believe me I wish I didn't).
I have SPF records set up for both servers.
If I send an email, from an IMAP client not on our network via my account on the MailEnable server it:
- is accepted by GMail.com no problems.
- Goes into Spam on Outlook.com (still need to figure that out, but don't really trust Outlook anyway)
- Goes into Spam on our internal Exchange.
When I check the message headers for our Exchange I can see that the "Received" from my MailEnable server has its name, but the IP of my Firewall and I don't have a clue why.
Can anyone provide some ideas?
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