[Mailman-Users] New To Mailman
n2ki.ham at gmail.com
Sat Aug 9 18:12:25 CEST 2014
That is what I am currently doing with IS Mail. In order for the messages
to be sent, IS Mail logs into my account and then sends the mail. I
believe the problem could be related but not limited to reverse DNS
authentication. My Ip resolves to my domain name via DYNDNS. I also have
an MX record as well as a TXT record that is set to allow my domain to send
email through my ISP account.
On Aug 9, 2014 12:01 PM, "Carl Zwanzig" <cpz at tuunq.com> wrote:
> On 8/9/2014 5:23 AM, Anthony (N2KI) wrote:
> As of late,
>> many of the messages that have been sent range from getting marked by
>> as spam to completely bounced by Verizon (using the phone number @
>> syntax). My thought was to find a different/alternate email server
>> program that I can do the same thing with.
> A different mailing list manager isn't likely to help the problem; sounds
> like you're running into spam traps and message authentication issues.
> Unless you can relay through your ISP's mail server or want to become
> conversant in things like SPF and DMARC, it's probably best to contract
> this service.
> (I wonder if there's a Thunderbird plug-in that will do what's needed
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