Emails Considered as Spam When Sender Email Address Is Not @invalidemail.com
Last updated on SEPTEMBER 28, 2017
Applies to:Oracle Taleo Recruiting Cloud Service - Version 13B and later
Oracle Taleo Onboarding Cloud Service - Version 15A and later
Oracle Taleo Recruiting High Volume Cloud Service - Scheduling Center - Version 15A and later
Oracle Taleo Recruiting Cloud Service - Career Section - Version 15A and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
- Correspondences / Notifications sent from Oracle Taleo products end up being blocked or are delayed by the spam filters of the recipient.
- Emails sent by Oracle Taleo do not use a sender email address ending with @invalidemail.com. The SPF configuration will affect emails sent to external recipients (not internal users or candidates)
If emails sent to internal users or internal candidates are delayed or are not received, refer to <Document 1558786.1> Troubleshooting - DMARC Troubleshooting
Customer modified the setting Sender Email Address
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