Written by  2017-08-19

Avoiding Being Greylised and having Delayed Mail Delivery.

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Greylisting is a crosscheck in the email recipient server that can make your mail to delay a bit and be qued before delivery. It detects your originating server as unrecognised server and may make your mail to be delayed by

about 15 minutes, and could be delayed up to a few days. If you are hosting with us always cross check your settings in Microsoft Outlook 2010 as follows:

    1. Open Microsoft 2010
    2. Click on File
    3. Click on Info
    4. Click on Account Settings
    5. Click the drop down button titled Account Settings
    6. Click on your email account
    7. Click on the change button
    8. Click on More Settings
    9. Select the outgoing server tab
    10. Select my outgoing server requires authentication
    11. Select Use same settings as my incoming mail server
    12. Select the Advanced tab
    13. Select This server requires an encrypted connection (SSL)
    14. For Outgoing server (SMTP) put 465
    15. For Use the following type of encrypted connection select SSL
    16. Click next
    17. Click finish

And you are done! Have some beer.

And by the way, SMTP stands for Simple Mail Transfer Protocol.

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