[Users] Sent emails are never received (with gmail SMTP)
francis.moro at gmail.com
Mon Sep 7 08:50:09 CEST 2015
On 09/07/2015 12:21 AM, Pierre Fortin wrote:
> On Sun, 6 Sep 2015 23:33:31 +0200 Francis Moreau wrote:
>> I'm having an issue when sending email through gmail SMTP. All seems
>> to work fine, no error when sending emails but it seems that emails
>> are lost somewhere and are never received. Could anybody help me to
>> sort this out ?
> So many possibilities:
> - wrong address for recipient (most common for my users)
> - mail is in recipients spam/trash
> - recipient has broken filtering
> - spam filters
> - sender blocked by recipient or SPF
> - ...
> Assuming you are on Linux, use "dig" to confirm your target has valid MX
> records, e.g.:
> $ dig claws-mail.org mx
> ;; ANSWER SECTION:
> claws-mail.org. 10799 IN MX 10 mx.colino.net.
> So, mail sent to this list actually goes to Colin's server...
> You should do some basic checking with your recipients... they, or their
> email providers may have logs...
I did my basic testings by sending email to myself (ny gmail account).
That works as expected with my other MUA (Thunderbird and I'm posting
with it right now).
I took a look at my other folders in my gmail account and found them !
they're all in [Gmail]/Important forlder... I've no idea why gmail put
them here though.
And alos I missed them because currently Claws doesn't show me that
there're unread message in this folder because it's not currently
visible from the folder list and its parent folder [Gmail] reports 0
email unread. It looks like this if I expend [Gmail] folder:
[Gmail] 0 0
Important 0 4
Is there a way to have [Gmail] line reporting unread message ?
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