[Mailman-Users] Mailman message IDs? Disappearing Posts
billynoah at zuma-design.com
Sat Jul 12 23:28:49 CEST 2014
I'm not sure if this makes any difference but you'll want to make sure you
have spf records & dkim set up for your mailserver. I had some troubles
with messages being discarded by gmai, hotmail and others before I got this
set up properly. On the other hand, if some messages are going through at
all then I'm not sure if this would have much effect. In any event it's
On Sat, Jul 12, 2014 at 5:10 PM, Steven Owens <stevenjowens at gmail.com>
> I have some new data just now, as one of the list subscribers finally
> reported that they had seen one of the posts in question.
> Also, confusing the issue was the fact that my gmail account is
> receiving other list messages, but not list messages from those users,
> and there was no sign of a bounce from gmail. However, I did some
> googling and apparently it's not unknown for gmail to silently discard
> messages... sigh.
> What's weird is that hotmail/yahoo/gmail are discarding or bouncing
> some messages, and allowing some others through. One yahoo user's
> posts get through while another's done.
> Doing some more googling, it looks like a lot of spam filtering /
> blocking policies changed recently. I guess I need to study up. If
> you have any suggestions for where to start, I'm all ears (well,
> I was going to ask if there's a log level setting that I can turn up,
> but google shows you replying to a similar request with "no" :-).
> Thanks for the help.
> Steven J. Owens
> stevenjowens at gmail.com
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