Fix email not delivering, Not found issue

If you're experiencing issues with emails being marked as spam in cPanel, there are a few steps you can take to resolve the issue:

  1. Check your email content: Ensure that your email content is not spammy, as this can trigger spam filters. Avoid using words like "free," "buy now," or "limited time offer," as these are common spam trigger words. Also, avoid using excessive exclamation marks and all caps text.

  2. Authenticate your email: Ensure that your email is properly authenticated using DKIM, SPF, and DMARC. This helps email providers verify that your email is legitimate and not spoofed.

  3. Check your IP reputation: Check your IP address reputation to ensure that it's not blacklisted. You can use tools like MXToolbox or Spamhaus to check your IP address reputation.

  4. Use a dedicated IP: If you're using a shared IP address, consider using a dedicated IP address. This can help improve your email deliverability and prevent your emails from being marked as spam.

  5. Contact your email provider: If you've tried the above steps and your emails are still being marked as spam, contact your email provider for further assistance. They may be able to provide additional guidance and support to help resolve the issue.

By taking these steps, you should be able to improve your email deliverability and prevent your emails from being marked as spam.

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