"Email to outside addresses seems to
get through, so I think the test you
suggest would not reveal anything,
but I will try it anyway."
I received your two test emails. Mostly I
looked for differences between them. After
copying the headers to two text files I
used a simple file compare utility.
These are some of the differences.
Note: I deleted the private info from this
YGB post with <snip>. Eric was sent a private
X-Mailer:Blat v2.5.0 w/GSS encryption, a Win32 SMTP/NNTP mailer
X-Mailer:QUALCOMM Windows Eudora Version 220.127.116.11
4. From via MX Logic Test From Blat.
4a. From via MX Logic Test From Eudora.
The point being that you will need to go through each item
until you find the one that MX Logic objects to.
Points 1 and 4/4a should be easy enough.
Item 2, Notice the different *.com?
Number 3 applies to what Tim wrote;
you could try is adding the -noh2 option and see if that helps.
-noh : prevent X-Mailer/User-Agent header from showing Blat homepage
-noh2 : prevent X-Mailer header entirely"
There are a few more differences. You get to look for those yourself.
If after changing these differences you still get
bounced by MX Logic you will most likely need to
modify the Blat source to spoof Eudora. You can
get the Blat source from the website. If this gets
to be a bit much of a bother for you there are
people here who are capable of this work.