said by bbeesley:
If it is the case that your server is sending directly, then I would suggest configuring your server to use Cox's SMTP servers instead.
The server should literally appear to be just another computer set up to send mail like anything else (my desktop, for example). It just gets flagged as spam every time it tries to send...
Oct 22 03:03:33 Thundar dma[1abdc1.8014aa0b0]: remote delivery to smtp.cox.net [184.108.40.206] failed after final DATA: 552 5.2.0 E83Z1k0053wZMno0183Zwj This message was undeliverable. This message has been found to be a potential spam message, and has therefore been blocked. Please visit http://ww2.cox.com/coxagainst
That's it. (Also, I'd like to note that the url mentioned in the error doesn't work, it should be /coxagainstspam, heh.)--
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