Thanks for the heads up Lee!
I actually remember this happening in the past on a few occasions. At
the end it would always disappear. We never really got it.
Personally, I have absolutely no idea if there's an efficient way of
addressing such issues, so specific advice is welcome.
Well, I did a check at mxtoolbox, and you are not on any blacklists.
However, you do identify lists.jitsi.org as jitsi.org in the HELO wich
can raise the spam quotient a bit. You also still have
firstname.lastname@example.org in there as an xforward...
There's a complicated relationship here between Google Apps, the mailman at lists.jitsi.org, and the sip-communicator.org and jitsi.org domains ... so that's the main reason for all the weirdness in the headers.
Basically the situation is: jitsi.org is serviced by a Google Apps account that was first created for sip-communicator.org. Google Apps do not allow account renaming so jitsi.org is just added as an alias. All list mail goes through there. Then, there's a "mailman" account which forwards all mail to lists.jitsi.org where the actual mailman is.
It is probably
a case where the weighting is a tad close most of the time, and you tip
back and forth over something random. It could even be the original
senders ISP, as that is kept in the x-forwards...
I was hoping you made a change on the 5th, and could just change it
Not really. Note that the problems we've had in the past actually happened while the lists were on java.net.
On 14.07.13, 18:43, Lee Sharp wrote:
On 07/13/2013 02:06 PM, Emil Ivov wrote:
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