Our website: [[url removed, login to view]] sends out emails (such as email confirmation email, login reminder etc) automatically using a simpel form.
The problem is that they always seems to end up in the trash folder in users webmail accounts (such as hotmail, yahoo, gmail).
We've tried to integrate our script (which is based upon the symfony framework: [url removed, login to view] with [url removed, login to view] (a sender email policy framework).
Currently we're using plain text email's to keep them from ending up in the trash mail, although they seem to end up there anyway...
We cannot figure out any way to solve this.
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