We get regular requests from Gmail-Users that don't receive their own mails back, when they post something on a mailinglist to which they are subscribed.
So if this happens to you, first check if your mail shows up in our mailarchive.
If it appears there (wait some time that the archive can catch up) your mail has been successfully posted to the list, and your copy has also been send and is most likely accepted by Gmail. But Gmail seems to drop that mail internally (or sort it in a spamdropbox?) maybe because From and Receipient-address are the same. (We get two or three requests of that kind per week, and everytime we investigated, we found this is the case)
If it doesn't appear in the Mailarchive and your mail has been accepted by our mailserver murphy.debian.org, you most likely have lost against our Spamfiltering. (Did you know that ControlExtension matches the string Rolex?).
Then feel free to report to firstname.lastname@example.org and provide as much info about your lost mail as possible, helpful would be:
- your IP
- the time you send (including Timezone / difference to GMT)
- the Message-Id
- your from-address and the to-address