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Why would only Emails I send from my thunderbird client be caught by t

thunderbird outgoing email spam

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I still use my school email even though i've been graduated. Its a knights.ucf.edu. Really strange thing is I've had a couple people tell me they havnt gotten my replies. and one told me they found the reply in spam. I set up a test email account on yahoo..

I sent one email from thunderbird. and one email from My iphones mail app. Both emails were recieved... but only the Iphone mail went into inbox. The Thunderbird message went to spam.


This is frustrating because I've sent a number of emails over the last couple months and I have no idea which ones have been ignored and which ones just went to spam.


Any ideas?


omg fixed it. School broke the email in half a while back. same address but personal side became outlook and school side is office 365. or vice versa no idea.


Somehow my thunderbird had the incoming server as outlook.office365.com and the outgoing as smtp-mail.outlook.com.

All i did was change that line and it goes to inbox now...


So frustrating.


I really dont see why it would effect what FOLDER it goes into for the Recieving end. Why would yahoo care if theres a conflict between the senders incoming and outgoing servers. What if I wanted to Send from one server and recieve from another. They are both active and working.

Edited by brisingr, 06 November 2014 - 11:34 AM.

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