I hadn't thought about this before, but someone told me that the renewal emails I send out for The Perl Review get a high enough SpamAssassin score, about 3.5ish, to be blocked and probably never seen.
That's no good. Since we're about to start our third year of print issues, it's time for most subscribers to renew. If you haven't seen your renewal message, you can still renew online without it, but I'd also like to know if a message titled "The Perl Review: Time to renew" showed up in your spam folder so I can fix that for next time.
I checked my code and found it didn't have the parts i thought I had put in last time, including names in the To and From fields. I also got a report that the email might be missing Message-ID. If anyone would like to help me investigate this, please send your raw message with headers to me (it's the reply address on the email).
This is actually a big deal in the magazine industry as people tyr to figure out how to get around bulk mailings and giving money to the post office.