That is correct. The lists are current news announcements so only the list owner posts to the list. The sample headers I got look legit as far as I can tell. They redacted all the email/destination information that would id the receiving system/email.
The original lists are old enough to not have been confirmed. The goal would be to send a confirmation email to everyone on the list and unsubscribe anyone who does not re-confirm within a reasonable time, say 1 week.
On 5/6/2014 12:59 AM, Peter Shute wrote:
Keith Bierman wrote:
But since the OP said ". New subscribers are asked to subscribe to a yahoo group instead."
I assumed it was really Yahoo (perhaps under a mask as mail provider for some other named service, ala comcast ;>) who was doing the blacklisting... who else would be recommending yahoo groups as an alternative?
I took that to mean that these lists are no longer accepting new members, and that prospective members are being advised to join some particular yahoo groups instead. I.e. they're gradually migrating to yahoo groups.
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