Just sent this email to one of our lecturers:
Just thought I’d let you know that the university email filter has been identifying your emails about the Computing Forums as ‘junk mail’ and has been delivering them to the junkmail folder and not to students’ inboxes. It seems to be because you have put the addresses of the mailing lists in alphabetical order; if you were to ‘randomise’ them then it should be delivered normally. I know this sounds stupid but this appears to be the case. You may like to take this up with the Computer Centre.
Final Year Computing & Information Systems
For the geeks among you, SpamAssassin was tripped by the SORTED_RECIPS and SUSPICIOUS_RECIPS rules, which scored 4.30 and 3.00 respectively and thus sending it over the score of 6 required for an email to be marked as spam.
incidentally, the email was about a forum session entitled “Working successfully at Microsoft”, presented by Graeme Chapman, a services executive in MS’s Finance Sector. If you’re around the University of Bradford at 2pm on Monday 7th February you’d probably be welcome – it’s in the John Stanley Bell Lecture Theatre in the Richmond Building.