[Mailman-Users] Mail to yahoo / google accounts
Hien HUYNH HUU
hien.hh at sbsc.com.vn
Thu Sep 3 04:46:06 CEST 2009
Dear Stephen, Mark !
Thank you for your reply.
I don't know why the gmail/yahoo mail server indicate my server is spam although my customers want to receive my post from the list.
I check my qmail settings and see that my DNS, rDNS are Ok.
I am configuring concurrencyremote is 5 with qmail and : SMTP_MAX_RCPTS = 10, SMTP_MAX_SESSIONS_PER_CONNECTION = 1, QRUNNER_SLEEP_TIME = seconds(10) with Mailman so that we just use bad performance to be called "spam".
Please help me .
From: Stephen J. Turnbull [mailto:stephen at xemacs.org]
Sent: Wednesday, September 02, 2009 7:48 AM
To: Hien HUYNH HUU
Cc: mailman-users at python.org
Subject: [Mailman-Users] Mail to yahoo / google accounts
Hien HUYNH HUU writes:
Have you read the FAQ?
> Now I have a problem when sending emails to yahoo/gmail
> accounts with my maillist. Actually I send post to a lot of
> accounts so that yahoo and google deny to receive my post, the
> log I received likes this:
Both of those indicate you are suspected of spamming. The Yahoo
message says their users are actually complaining about your mail.
(The big freemail hosts have been know to lie about exactly why
they're blocking your mail, but if you really are causing user
complaint you're in big trouble at that host. It's very difficult to
get back in their good graces after a history of user complaint.)
You should go read their guidelines, and find out how to conform to
> I must wait for about 2 hours to resend and It block again.
> Please help me to config mailman/qmail so that I can send mail
> to them without being deny anything.
This is probably more a qmail problem than a Mailman problem.
You really should talk to qmail people about qmail. There may be a
few on this list, but most people here use sendmail, Postfix, or Exim,
and the most active experts on this list know nothing about qmail that
isn't in the FAQ.
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