This is not an xmail server specific problem but I have also been experiencing 
the same issue. I have tried to also setup DKIM (DomainKeys Identified Mail) 
but that does not seem to have helped solve the problem.

Could this be an issue with having a "catch all" address? my server will not 
respond with a "mailbox not available" error because it will just forward that 
on to me. I read on Google's App howto that you should try and avoid catch-alls.

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From: Fred <>
Subject: [xmail] Spammer spoofing = receving tons of bounces from remote servers
To: "'XMail Users Mailing List'" <>
Date: Monday, 12 November, 2012, 18:34

Some spammer is forging his sender address resulting one of my account 
receiving tons of bounces from remote servers.  I have added an SPF record to 
the affected domain name, is there anything else I can do?  Thanks for help.    
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