Yup. Ymail (and other systems, not just them) restrict the servers that can send mail “as” a yahoo account holder. Your server is not a Yahoo mail server, so any mail sent from it “as” a Yahoo mail users gets rejected by the Yahoo servers as spam. In order to avoid this, the simplest thing to do is remove the option that the mail is sent “by” the person who entered your form with the option to send from a single address (one in your domain is best). The down-side to this is that you can’t simply click “reply” and send back to the sender, you have to dig their address out of the form variables in the body of the message and then replace the email@hidden sender with their actual address, which makes an extra step (or two, if you forget, like I often do). But at least all the mail comes to you.
On Aug 14, 2014, at 8:44 PM, Howard Spaeth wrote:
Weird thing seems to be happening. If someone enters a yahoo account email, it does not go through but any other email works. Any idea on yahoo emails are rejected?