I’m facing the following issue and I don’t know how to solve it
Suppose a user starts a restore job. When this job is done, an email is being sent to the user’s email address. This message is being sent from the email address
[email protected]. If the recipient’s email server is using rspamd, spamassasin, etc, then this email is being rejected (with the error
550 High scoring spam message has been dropped), because it does not follow email best practices (like SPF, DKIM, etc).
I suppose, this is also true for password recovery emails, or other email messages that are being sent by Hestia, but I haven’t tested those.
What I would like to accomplish, is to be able to configure the Hestia server to use an external SMTP host (which is 100% compliant with email best practices), to send those emails. But I have no idea if this is possible or how to accomplish this.
Except using an external SMTP host, as I described above, is there any other way to configure Hestia so that the emails sent from the Control Panel are compatible with DKIM and SPF?