On Jun 14, 2007, at 7:27 PM, Daryl C. W. O'Shea wrote:

>
> Actually the return path is (similar to):
>
> Return-Path: > spamassassin=dostech.ca@spamassassin.apache.org>
>
> ...so SPF shouldn't fail.
>
>
>> So, how do you set up SA to allow these lists that act as an
>> unauthorized relay?

>
> Make sure your milter is providing a return path header field so
> that SA gets the correct envelope-from address. I believe old
> versions of amavisd-new don't do this. If the milter fails to do
> this SA will end up using the From: header field value and, yeah,
> you'll get SPF fail.


Maybe it was a glitch while the local_domains were wrong. The
headers below have the return-path and it seems to be working now. I
hate intermittent things.



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