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Implement ARC (which will fix no-reply@forwardemail.net having to be used as a "Friendly From") #137

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ralphilius opened this issue May 22, 2019 · 7 comments

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@ralphilius ralphilius commented May 22, 2019

Hello,

I wonder if I missed something, but all emails sent to my gmail inbox are only from no-reply@forwardemail.net. I see that that should be a fallback for strict DMARC record policy.

Anyway, great service +1
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@radiantly radiantly commented May 24, 2019

Yeah, this is happening to me too. Seems like most major email providers employ strict DMARC record policy. Only thing to do is check the Reply-To header for these emails to see who actually sent the mail.

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@pandichef pandichef commented Jun 4, 2019

Me too. Reply-To works fine though, so it's just a matter of getting used to. Great service!

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@noisiak noisiak commented Jun 5, 2019

Hello. It is possible to prevent this?

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@niftylettuce niftylettuce commented Jun 10, 2019

No, because we do not implement ARC (yet) and this is the only other option to ensure emails land in the inbox. The "Reply-To" header should be on the emails.

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@lucaseverett lucaseverett commented Sep 8, 2019

I'm having an issue with this too, at least with Gmail. I'm getting a lot of spam from no-reply@forwardemail.net, and after reporting emails as spam, now many legitimate messages from no-reply@forwardemail.net, such as emails from Amazon, are going straight to spam. I did add no-reply@forwardemail.net to my Contacts in Gmail, but that doesn't seem to be helping.

I've also tried using Mailgun for forwarding, and some of the emails that I was receiving just fine through Mailgun, such as emails from Redbox, for example, are coming through forward-email as no-reply@forwardemail.net.

Edit: Sorry, after doing some more reading I understand why this is necessary. I look forward to the ARC implementation.

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@niftylettuce niftylettuce commented Sep 8, 2019

Thanks @lucaseverett 😄 Will update this thread once it's in!

@niftylettuce niftylettuce reopened this Sep 8, 2019
@niftylettuce niftylettuce changed the title Emails received were always from no-reply@forwardemail.net Implement ARC (which will fix no-reply@forwardemail.net having to be used as a "Friendly From") Sep 8, 2019
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@airend airend commented Nov 21, 2019

Would it be possible to enable ARC (and get rid of the Reply-To headers) with selected providers, known to support it (such as Gmail)?

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