Background: Forwarding custom domain's email to and from gmail
I've got a personal gmail account that I've had for many years at
firstname.lastname@example.org. Of course, the address isn't 'example', it's something I set up on a whim years ago. Now, I've got
email@example.com via email forwarding in Namecheap, and would like to use that for all my future professional and public interactions.
What I've done so far: Email forwarding and Send Mail As
I used Namecheap's domain configuration for 'All Host Records' to use their 'Free Email Forwarding' option, and added
myname as the User Name and
firstname.lastname@example.org as the Forwarded To address. I'd like to use Namecheap's email forwarding, as it's super easy, but I'm open to running my own mail server, as long as it, too, forwards mail to and from gmail.
Then, I set up the
email@example.com account to send mail as
firstname.lastname@example.org through 'Settings -> Accounts and Import -> Send Mail As', and I've tried this with 'Treat as an alias' both set and cleared. The mail gets delivered, and shows that the sender is the
email@example.com address, and clicking 'reply' populates this address in the 'to' field as it should. This is all well and good for 99% of the population.
What's not working
Unfortunately, showing the orignal message from within gmail reveals that the Sender, Return-Path, Received-SPF, and Authentication-Results all contain
Why is this information leaked? Is this something I should be concerned about? Finally, and most importantly, how can I send mail from my new address and use gmail as the mail server without leaking the gmail address?