[quote](btw, we really need a quote option or something )
We certainly do! I guess it is an option of this forum software so perhaps the administrator coould just toggle it on? Please?
Yep, it will.
Then I suggest that doesn’t “make sense”. The declared DH panel delays of hours are already unacceptable - adding undclared ones of possibly days is very poor.
[quote]So both the old mx records and the new ones will work. It’s just the ones
that still use the old address will get past the filters until they update.
That is not my idea of “work”. If a user turns on Junk filtering, he reasonably expects it to be on, not half on, and not subject to the whims of external ISPs who do not respect TTL.
And more seriously if he turns it off, it is not acceptable for days to pass before it stops catching mail into JFs appalingly insecure quarantine.
I can check my mail at webmail.mydomain.com, but I can’t check for spam messages at webmail or >webmail2.mydomain.com, which leaves me to beleive the messages are stored somewhere special that >only webmail2.dreamhost.com can access.
Since ham is accessibe by both, I see no good reason spam should not be. I can’t believe webmail2 is running on each and every one of the JF mail servers, just to cut internal net usage.
Well, to paraphrase the response from support, the MX records
can only be removed if I deactivate the mail service.
That is very good to hear. And means DH should be able to confirm the JF turn-off is /not/ the cause of mx messup.
[quote]I seemed to have issues with getting the notices on spam
it’s cought that I need to delete,
You managed to get spam notices? How? The’ve been missing for weeks here.
[quote]going to set up SA myself.
I and I guess many other DHers would be really grateful for a proven install procedure for that.