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: 126.96.36.199, 188.8.131.52
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?