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We have recently authenticated our domain via the DNS entry and emails are now being sent from our main domain email address. The issue is that our mimecast server is identifying the test send emails as spoofed and rejecting them so they are not delivered.
Some more details:
Rejection Description: Anti-Spoofing Header Lockout
Rejection Information: Rejected by header based Anti-Spoofing policy: firstname.lastname@example.org
I presume that we would need to whitelist the sending server, in this case mail04.eur.pb-dynmktge.com - is that correct?
Anybody else had this issue and managed to solve it?
Never faced this issue as such. Could you please check documentation here to ensure all the steps are correctly followed.
Hope this helps!!
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