[NTLK] [Admin] Yahoo has broken our mailing list (and every other list too)
ken at imageguild.com
Thu May 8 11:42:50 EDT 2014
The convention that mailing lists use is to pass mail showing the from address as the sending address. While the sender may have used any number of servers when sent to the list, the list server always uses itself when sending to all of the members.
Yahoo has historically been one of the most abused systems on the planet, (the general consensus being as a product of its own policies and practices but that's another discussion) and this move is a finger in the dike attempt to clean up its act. Likely a decision made in the Chamber of Unanticipated Consequences by the Department of Technical Ignorance.
Except for those that believe for any of a variety of reasons that they still need a yahoo account, it IS 2014, we have many choices in the marketplace, even multiple accounts.
On May 8, 2014, at 9:59 AM, "Frank Gruendel" <newtontalk at pda-soft.de> 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.
> Hmm. That's confusing. In my opinion this makes sense. If I receive a mail
> from somebody with a yahoo.com address, I would expect this mail to
> originate from a yahoo server. Where else from CAN it possibly originate?
> But the NewtonTalk mail I receive is not from somebody with a yahoo address,
> but from somebody with a newtontalk address. Why would yahoo filter these
> out, too?
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