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Jey Chile
12/20/16, 1:57 PM

Thank your everythings for your answer!!!

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Ermin Trevisan Switzerland
12/18/16, 3:24 AM

In this case your Exchange Server acts as a Mail Transfer Agent and your environment must be configured properly in order to avoid your sent mails to be qualified as spam. The magic words for a first step to solve this problem are: Sender ID, DMARC, SPF and DKIM.

Check this for example: https://jaapwesselius.com/2016/08/19/senderid-spf-dkim-and-dmarc-in-exchange-2016-part-i/

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Damon United States
12/17/16, 6:24 PM

Thankfully there isn't a way for the sender to ensure that their email is seen as NOT JUNK, else our inboxes would be filled with Viagra emails :)

Your customer's customer would have to whitelist the email address in their email client (mark as NOT JUNK) or server so that emails from *@sender.com aren't seen as junk. Setting this up is different for every email client/server out there, and beyond the scope of this help forum.

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