Every single email that Paul sends to me via his paul at paul.cx email address gets trapped into Postini. I have probably missed lots of important emails from him. :(
Can we get such an email with complete headers ? Did you whitelist paul in postini ?
(In reply to Ludovic Hirlimann [:Usul] from comment #1) > Can we get such an email with complete headers ? I can forward one to whoever is interested. > Did you whitelist paul in postini ? No, I shouldn't have to do that! :-)
Go ahead and forward one to me. Forward it as an attachment, so the headers stay intact, please.
(In reply to comment #3) > Go ahead and forward one to me. Forward it as an attachment, so the headers > stay intact, please. Done!
The problem is on Paul's end. He has an SPF record defined for the paul.cx domain: paul.cx descriptive text "v=spf1 include:mx.ovh.com ~all" the rule pulled in by that include: directive is: mx.ovh.com descriptive text "v=spf1 ptr:mail-out.ovh.net ptr:mail.ovh.net ?all" mail-out.ovh.net has no IP address. mail.ovh.net has address 188.8.131.52 So according to his DNS setup, the only host permitted to send email from the paul.cx domain is 184.108.40.206 The email you forwarded was sent from 220.127.116.11. If he wants his mail to not be blocked, he needs to update his SPF record to include the places he's actually sending email from.
(or actually send his email from the places he's defined as being legal to send from)
Thanks for the analysis, Dave! Paul, it's on your plate now. (FWIW I think any email that you have sent to moco folks might be affected.)
Interesting to know, and thanks for the analysis, I'll take the appropriate measures. I've been using this email to send Moco people emails for years, though, maybe Postini recently woke up an decided to block me.
Yes, Postini SPF filtering was enabled recently, see bug 807414#c15.
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Nothing we can do on our end