On Sunday, September 25, 2022 3:49:37 P.M. CDT Geert Stappers wrote: > On Sun, Sep 25, 2022 at 03:42:40PM -0500, Steven Robbins wrote: > > I just noticed today that this applies even to responses that apparently > > directly CC my debian address; e.g. https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/ > > bugreport.cgi?bug=1020397;msg=10 > > > > I literally searched my mail logs for the Message-ID in question and it is > > not reported. So it appears to have been hung up somewhere. How can I > > debug this? > > > > I have sent a test email to my debian address and it came through. So I > > think email is normally being delivered. Just not from bug reports. > > Who is running the incoming mail server? The mail server is run by my ISP (shaw.ca). Using fetchmail, I pick up the email via IMAP and send it into my local server. So in my original message when I said I had checked the logs -- it was my local server logs. To re-iterate: mail sent today to my debian address from outside debian came through OK. Mail sent from bugs.debian.org apparently does not. I think if there were any issue with the incoming email server (e.g. the DMARC thing that Andrea Pappacoda referenced) that would affect all email to me at debian, wouldn't it? -Steve
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