[Mailman-Users] Mailman message IDs? Disappearing Posts

Peter Shute pshute at nuw.org.au
Sun Jul 13 00:48:43 CEST 2014

Confusing things more is that not all Yahoo domains are set to p=reject. E.g. Yahoo.com.au doesn't, but yahoo.com does. Are all your yahoo members on yahoo.com?

Peter Shute

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> On 13 Jul 2014, at 7:10 am, "Steven Owens" <stevenjowens at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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,
> eyes).
> 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
> puff at darksleep.com
> 412-401-8060
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