Re: SPF problem
The e-mail address you have contacted is related to Debian's web site,
not mail services.
On 2019-09-05 19:08, Jan Kratochvil wrote:
I have sent mail to <SOMEONE@debian.org> from my account
and it got rejected due to SPF. Despite it should not.
It was sent from 22.214.171.124 which is listed in SPFes for redhat.com
(listed below). So I think the SPF resolution by mailly.debian.org MX
The SPF rejection was generated by the recipient's mail server, not any
of Debian's infrastructure; mailly simply relayed it back to you.
This is a known issue with the combination of SPF and mail forwarding -
the recipient's mail server would have received a mail claiming to be
from you that originated from Debian's mail server, as it forwarded the
mail. This is likely resolvable by the recipient configuring their
checks to either ignore the Debian forwarding hop (which should be
doable in most setups I believe) or not performing SPF checks on mail
forwarded to them.
- SPF problem
- From: Jan Kratochvil <firstname.lastname@example.org>