How To Fix Emails Go to Gmail Spam Folder Instead of Inbox

(Last Updated On: March 17, 2020)

When you send emails to your client or subscriber but what if your emails going to the Gmail spam folder? let’s fix it

Why emails go to spam instead of the inbox?

Because you are sending lots of emails at one time that’s why your emails are going to spam folder. so if you are sending lots of emails at once please stop it.

How to Fix emails going to the spam folder?

There are only 3 way to fix your issue let me explain everything step by step because your domain, IP blacklisted due to spam

  1. Remove your domain from blacklist
  2. Remove your IP address from blacklist
  3. Use SMTP server to send emails

How to Remove Domain and IP From Blacklist?

The blacklist check will test a mail server IP address against over 100 DNS based email blacklists. (Commonly called Realtime blacklist, DNSBL or RBL).  If your mail server has been blacklisted, some email you send may not be delivered.  Email blacklists are a common way of reducing spam.

Click here to check your domain and IP for blacklist

Once you enter your domain name click on blacklist check option after domain check please check your domain IP address also may be your IP and domain both blacklisted

Note:- do not enter IP and domain name both at once

ABOUT THE SUPER TOOL!

All of your MX records, DNS, blacklist and SMTP diagnostics in one integrated tool.  Input a domain name or IP Address or Host Name. Links in the results will guide you to other relevant tools and information.  And you’ll have a chronological history of your results.

If you already know exactly what you want, you can force a particular test or lookup.  Try some of these examples:

(e.g. “blacklist: 127.0.0.2” will do a blacklist lookup)

Command Explanation
blacklist: Check IP or host for reputation
smtp: Test mail server SMTP (port 25)
mx: DNS MX records for the domain
a: DNS A record IP address for the hostname
spf: Check SPF records on a domain
txt: Check TXT records on a domain
ptr: DNS PTR record for the hostname
cname: DNS canonical hostname to IP address
whois: Get domain registration information
arin: Get IP address block information
soa: Get Start of Authority record for a domain
tcp: Verify an IP Address allows TCP connections
http: Verify a URL allows HTTP connections
https: Verify a URL allows secure HTTP connections
ping: Perform a standard ICMP ping
trace: Perform a standard ICMP traceroute
dns: Check your DNS Servers for possible problems  New!

Note:- If you are unable to remove your domain and IP address from blacklist please purchase a new domain name and web hosting 

 

Use SMTP server to send emails

 

Note:- if you don’t know that what is smtp server kindly google it and always use smtp server like mailgun etc to send emails otherwise your domain and ip address blacklisted again so kindly take it seriously

I hope you understand comment if you want to ask something 🙂

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