[Mailman-Users] DMARC and Bellsouth, etc.
mark at msapiro.net
Wed Apr 16 20:31:07 CEST 2014
On 04/16/2014 10:57 AM, Larry Kuenning wrote:
> Query: On a very low-traffic mailing list (i.e. one where the list
> admin doesn't think it too much trouble), would it be a reasonable
> workaround for the list admin to paste the content of a
> message-to-be-moderated (i.e. one From: a yahoo address) into a new
> message _of his/her own_ and send _that_ to the list? This message
> could include the original From: address _in its body text_ (not its
> headers) along with a brief reference to the yahoo problem to explain
> the unusual format.
I think you then go on to answer your own query ;)
> From what I've read here so far, I think this would succeed in avoiding
> the usual yahoo-generated problems. However, I can foresee a couple of
> drawbacks (besides the extra work for list admins):
> 1. Other subscribers replying to the message will get MUA-generated
> text saying "Larry List-Admin wrote" instead of "Sonia Subscriber
> wrote". Those who pay attention and take a little trouble can change
> that before clicking Send, but many won't.
> 2. Similarly, other subscribers wanting to reply privately will send
> their replies to Larry List-Admin instead of Sonia Subscriber if they
> aren't careful (and some of them won't be). The list admin can forward
> these replies, but in a few cases they may contain confidential material
> that the admin shouldn't have seen.
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