[Mailman-Users] Reducing false positives with spam markings with Gmail, etc.
mark at msapiro.net
Sat Mar 15 17:05:12 CET 2014
On 03/14/2014 03:16 PM, Cedric Knight wrote:
> There are hints about this change at Gmail at
> that it might be a result of the "Precedence: bulk" header added to
> administrivia messages.
Most Mailman generated messages are Precedence: bulk. The use of
Precedence: headers is discouraged by RFC 2076, and I would consider not
adding the Precedence: bulk header to confirmations.
This would seem reasonable even though some confirmation messages are
actually spurious . The question is should there be a Precedence
header at all, and if so, what should its value be?
 I once thoughtlessly posted an example of an unsubscribe URL using
real data for my address and this list, and now every time a search
engine web crawler crawls the list archive, I get an unsubscribe
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