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The email sample you submitted for jlimpert[at]acm.org

appears to traverse more than one domain.  

Please ensure that you configure each mailhost individually and in order.

Here are the applicable headers:

Received: from alias.acm.org ([])

          by rwcrmxc16.comcast.net (rwcrmxc16) with ESMTP

          id <20040615234037r16003a527e>; Tue, 15 Jun 2004 23:40:38 +0000

X-Originating-IP: []

Received: from psmtp.com ([])

        by alias.acm.org (ACM Email Forwarding Service) with SMTP id COB73880

        for <jlimpert[at]acm.org>; Tue, 15 Jun 2004 19:40:36 -0400

Received: from source ([]) by exprod7mx49.postini.com ([]) with SMTP;

Tue, 15 Jun 2004 18:40:33 CDT

Most of my email is sent through the ACM email forwarding service, which recently starting using the services of postini to filter out spam and viruses. It is then passed on to my real email address at comcast. I registered the comcast address successfully, but spamcop's software doesn't seem to like the way that the ACM has configured their mail forwarding system. From the headers, it looks like they route all incoming mail through postini, before they forward it on to the user. Any suggestions?

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All Postini configurations (and similiar configs where another host accepts your mail and forwards it with no intermediate account to perform the mailhost config with) require a personal intervention. There should be a web address on that email to follow to request that intervention (my mind is drawing a blank on the actual word used).

Have you tried that route?

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