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Re: [Nmh-workers] Emails being tagged as spam -- NMH solution???

From: Bob Carragher
Subject: Re: [Nmh-workers] Emails being tagged as spam -- NMH solution???
Date: Tue, 03 Mar 2015 17:43:14 -0800

On Tue, 03 Mar 2015 15:55:41 -0500 Ken Hornstein <address@hidden> sez:

> >I didn't even know about this "<address <address>>" thing until
> >someone on the mailing list mentioned it.
> My current guess is that is causing the DKIM check failure
> (also, I am pretty sure that the rewritten email address is
> invalid). And this happens with the sending from the GMail web
> interface, right?  If that's the case I believe the problem is
> at Stanford.  I'll wait until I see your headers, but if that's
> the case then maybe your best bet is to complain to the people
> at Stanford (or get your Stanford contacts to complain to
> them).

Actually, that's the only message so far that I know of that has
shown that effect.  It was sent using the method you helped me
set up (send(1) with SMTP instead of sendmail).  The GMail web
interface was not involved.

That said, I've seen Stanford/Proofpoint tag my emails from all 3
sending methods (sendmail, send/SMTP, web).

I'm attempting to gather more data.

> I was actually going to work on a custom postproc wrapper to
> send to different email servers based on my "From" header, but
> you could use the same technique to send to different servers
> based on the "To" address.  So if you're sending to Stanford
> you could send it to sendmail, and for everyone else you could
> send it via Google.

Funnily enough I was just starting to think about how to deal
with this.  My first thought was to maintain 2 .mh_profile files
and alias commands to set a soft link to the appropriate
depending on the recipient.  Essentially, I just need to "comment
out" the "send" entry in my .mh_profile.

I take it that there's an NMH-way to do this?


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