I am a member of the board of directors for a non-profit. Since last year I have intermittently receiving emails, as the treasurer of the organization, it would like to see emails, specially those that require my attention. Long story short, the email administration fell on my lap and tired of people giving me funny looks over emails I did not get, I decided to take a look at the email settings
Emails to the board list are forwarded to our personal email accounts and that could be: gmail, yahoo, hotmail, aol (yes…), earthlink (I know..), or whatever else people have.
I ran a trace report on several emails and I discovered I was not the only one – relief or horror? God knows what we missed..
Below you can see some of the errors found for different domains:
cPanel provides options to comply with this protocol
I changed the settings from no (for anonymous lists) to wrap message
Do nothing special. This is appropriate for anonymous lists. It is appropriate for dedicated announcement lists, unless the From: address of authorized posters might be in a domain with a DMARC or similar policy. It is also appropriate if you choose to use dmarc_moderation_action other than Accept for this list.
This action replaces the poster’s address in the From: header with the list’s posting address and adds the poster’s address to the addresses in the original Reply-To: header.
Wrap Message – this worked best
Just wrap the message in an outer message with the From: header containing the list’s posting address and with the original From: address added to the addresses in the original Reply-To: header and with Content-Type: message/rfc822. This is effectively a one message MIME format digest.
We are now receiving all our emails.