[NTLK] [Admin] Yahoo has broken our mailing list (and every other list too)
bradwart at gmail.com
Wed May 7 23:02:43 EDT 2014
I wonder if this is part of the reason why every email from a Yahoo account goes into the spam folder in my Gmail account?
On May 7, 2014, at 7:55 PM, Ken Whitcomb wrote:
> You have my sympathies. This type of policy as well as some hosts using RBLs that engage in extortion are becoming a larger problem for mail hosts over the past several months. Blocking domains and servers for increasingly obtuse and in some cases, alleged violation of fabricated standards, and then charging hosts "expedited resolution fees" in order to get de-listed is becoming too common.
> Spam continues to be a problem, but "solutions" like this one, only lead me to recommend exactly the same thing that you've done. Change hosts.
>> On May 7, 2014, at 9:08 PM, Grant Hutchinson <grant at splorp.com> wrote:
>> Due to recent changes by Yahoo and their DMARC email compliancy policy, NewtonTalk users with yahoo.com (and some other) emails address can no longer receive messages from people with yahoo.com addresses originating from non-Yahoo servers (like our mailing list).
>> This sucks.
>> The policy was designed "... to proactively protect our users from increasing email spam that uses Yahoo users' email addresses from other mail servers."
>> Unfortunately, this means that nearly even mailing list on the planet is now broken for users with Yahoo (or Yahoo-affiliated) email addresses.
>> This includes addresses with the following domains:
>> Until I figure out a workaround, the only thing i can suggest is that users with Yahoo addresses get themselves a free email account elsewhere and resubscribe to the list.
>> In the meantime, I have turned off bounced message processing, so that members subscriptions aren't automatically disabled because of Yahoo's stupidity.
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