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Old 12th August 2009, 19:30
atjensen11 atjensen11 is offline
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It appears from the message header you posted that you sent the message to a Gmail account. I assume that the message was delivered to the SPAM or JUNK folder in the Gmail account.

I had the same issues until I installed dkimproxy. Gmail uses DKIM signatures and Yahoo uses DomainKeys signatures.

Once I started signing outgoing email messages, mail has a better (although not perfect) record of being delivered to the Inbox rather than a Junk folder.

My base system is a Debian 5 (Lenny) server with ISPConfig3 setup using the How To on this site. For the dkimproxy setup, I had to look to other tutorials available on the Internet. It was a lot of trial and error. Lenny does have dkimproxy in the repositories which can be installed with 'apt-get install dkimproxy', but I had problems getting it to work correctly. I eventually built a version from source using another tutorial.
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