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I'm testing Gmail account so I sent a message from it to different e-mail account and I find this on the received side in its header "Received: (qmail invoked by alias); 03 Oct 2012 22:59:58 -0000" that is a GMX account if that makes a difference. Now what "qmail invoked by alias" stand for?
My website is hosted by Seanic.net and of course I have several email accounts via this site. I have recently been receving so many "daemon mailer" messages about rejected emails that I have not sent to recipients that I do not know that I had to temporarily suspend one of my email accounts....