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Emails from Plesk administrator, local domains or web forms are rejected or moved into SPAM folder with the following records in
CONFIG_TEXT: Oct 3 03:50:07 server1 dmarc: Starting the dmarc filter...
Oct 3 03:50:07 server1 dmarc: DMARC: REJECT message for firstname.lastname@example.org
Oct 3 03:50:07 server1 postfix-local: message discarded by a mail handler
Patch from Can not send messages between internal mailboxes: DMARC: REJECT message article did not resolve the issue.
This is the Plesk bug with ID #PPPM-7190 which is planned to be fixed in future Plesk updates.
As a workaround, when admin email is located in local server, use the following steps:
Return-Pathvalue from the email header:
CONFIG_TEXT: Return-Path: <email@example.com>
Log in to the server via SSH
Whitelist the domain name from
Return-Pathvalue by adding it in
# echo "IgnoreMailFrom example.com" >> /etc/psa/dmarc.conf
Note: example.com should be replaced with an actual domain name.
For domains from the admin email being located out of the server (for example @gmail.com), there's no workaround.