Hi Ray. When you say you've updated our mail library, do you mean you've updated one of the PHP files within the webassist/email directory? If so, which one/s?
I ran the test with mail-tester.com and our host, Fasthosts, pretty much rubbished every error it highlighted. This was their response...
"The website you have used has picked up these 'problems' but if any of these were indeed an issue, our test emails would not have been successful. If any of the 'problems' stated in this test you have run were indeed responsible for your email not sending, a bounceback email would have been received highlighting this all.
1. X_PRIORITY header are standard in a variety of different messages including Microsoft themselves.
2. The SPF record does not work via the server, it works through the domain name itself in this case.
3. Fasthosts do not support DKIM as an SPF works as an alternative.
4. An MX Record is not necessary in this instance as you are not using an external mailserver.
5. An A Record is not necessary in this instance as you are not using an external mailserver.
6. If this is blacklisted in Backscatterer, there is unfortunately nothing we can do about this as this blacklist is fully automated."
Looking at the files on the website you've looked at for us, have you changed the script? I can no longer see my own e-mail address in the Bcc field and that was, previously, there.
Also, when I open the Create E-mail Message (Universal E-mail) wizard, it now says, in the To field:
"<ADVANCED SETTING, USE THE BUTTON TO THE LEFT FOR EDITING>
I'm concerned that any changes I make are going to wipe what you've done and we'll be back to square one.
Hope you can get back to me pretty quickly as this form is now pointing at, well, I don't know exactly but if it's not to the client's e-mail address then they're going to be losing enquiries.
Hope to hear from you. Thank you.
PS. Can you also please clarify how far this issue reaches? Will we have to update the mail library (PHP file?) on every site that uses a WebAssist form script? <gulps> More worrying a question is, how long has this issue existed and am I right in assuming that it's likely that none of our clients, those with forms anyway, have ever received a form submission from people with Yahoo, Hotmail or AOL e-mail addresses? <double gulp> :(
This is surely something that you need to point out to other WebAssist customers?