[Mailman-Users] DMARC and Bellsouth, etc.

Mike Starr mike at writestarr.com
Wed Apr 16 22:34:51 CEST 2014

If one is interested in maintaining one's identity, using an ISP's email 
makes it a pain to change ISPs. Of course, that does make the ISPs very 

This is a fascinating discussion and as administrator of two very small 
lists, it's giving me an awful lot to think about. However, being a 
clues newbie to matters of RFCs and such I'm going to ask what could be 
a very naive question... would it be possible/useful/productive to 
create an RFC to explicitly override this foolishness? I know there 
aren't any teeth behind RFCs but it might at least get their attention. 
Of course, I'd be willing to make the appropriate person a loan of my 
"Official Technical Writer's 2x4®" <grin>.

Best Regards,

Mike Starr, Writer
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On 4/16/2014 1:31 PM, jdd wrote:
> (of course may be yahoo do the same - why people can't use they ISP's 
> mail?)
> jdd

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