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  1. I too am having problems with the new Mailhost system. I think they're similar to the problems Firefly describes, but this is not a corporate account - it's a university account. Setting things up appeard to go well - I got the test e-mail, replied, and got a "success" response. I now have the following mailhost set up: Hosts/Domains: utoronto.ca, bureau15.ns.utoronto.ca, smtp2.ns.utoronto.ca, bureau22.ns.utoronto.ca, bureau18.ns.utoronto.ca Relaying IPs: 128.100.132.43, 128.100.132.51 The problem is this: there are several "bureau##.ns.utoronto.ca" hosts listed above, but the list is not exhaustive. Other common ones are bureau23, bureau24, etc. I tried sending an additional test message, and it said that I got another "success" response that said it had been "combined with my existing mailhost configuration", but it lied! The configuration above did not change. In particular, the second test message went through bureau23 instead of bureau22, but I still only see bureau22 above. As a result, I can't report any e-mail that does not just happen to go through bureau22, or it will report .utoronto.ca as the source, which is incorrect. Please help? Thanks, Alexander
  2. Hi, I set up the new "mailhosts" configuration, but I'm having problems with it. I have spamcop set to retrieve my mail from another account. The test email worked, and after forwarding the message, I got a "success" e-mail. When I go to the "mailhosts" page, I see the entry for my other account set up. The problem is that the test e-mail appeared not to find all of the servers that get used along the way. This is what it found: Hosts/Domains: utoronto.ca, bureau15.ns.utoronto.ca, smtp2.ns.utoronto.ca, bureau22.ns.utoronto.ca, bureau18.ns.utoronto.ca Relaying IPs: 128.100.132.43, 128.100.132.51 The beureau##.ns.utoronto.ca servers are ok so far, but they're not the only ones. There are several others, such as bureau23, bureau24, etc. If I get any spam that goes through these instead, then when I try to report it, it treats my ISP as the source of the spam, which it is not. Is there any way to fix this problem? I tried sending myself another configuration mail, and the sucecss message this time told me that it was "combined with your existing mailhost configuration", but in fact it was not. I looked at the message headers and saw that it went through bureau23 this time instead of bureau22; however, bureau23 did not get added to the list of "Hosts/Domains" above. It would be great if there was a way to allow users to manually add other servers to the list of trusted ones. In the meantime, could someone look into this? Did I do something wrong? Thanks, Alexander
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