The use case I'm evaluating MailRoute for is to provide spam control for accounts that I don't have control over and offer poor spam filtering.
I have a couple accounts that I use for open source software contributions. These are organizational accounts for which I don't control the servers, and the persons responsible have little interest in configuring a more robust anti-spam solution.
So, using either .procmailrc or .forward, I'm forwarding messages to my personal domain, which passes through Mailroute.
I understand that such mails won't benefit from greylisting, but will the remainder of the infrastructure be effective?
Are there headers that I could add/munge to ensure that Mailroute is considering the original sender rather than my organizational accounts when evaluating, for example, blacklists/whitelists?
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