[Mailman-Users] Executive summary of DMARC issues

Matthew Needham mneedham at hdfgroup.org
Fri May 16 18:09:23 CEST 2014

Around a year ago we started using Exchange Online. In my experience, the undesired responses are correct.

On May 16, 2014, at 09:13 AM, mail.ulticom.com <gaa at ulticom.com> wrote:

> My management wants to replace our in-house email with an Exchange Online (aka MS365) solution. Several high priced consultants have told them that Exchange can do it all.  I am trying to prove otherwise.
> Actually to be fare, two consulting firms have said:
> 1. Exchange can't do what Mailman can. 

It has fancy forwards, but besides rudimentary moderation, very little in the way of traditional mailing list features.

> 2. MS365 can't work with Mailman.

I migrated my lists to a dedicated subdomain to work around this, and some of the details surrounding that are documented in the list archives.

> 3. MS365 will cost more, don't do it.

This may or may not be true. It’s a subscription service, so costs will change. It seems like these services are trending to go down in price as competition goes up and more users sign on, but not always. (We qualified for nonprofit pricing, which has gone from $2/user/mo to FREE, which is nice. However, we’ve been told that we no longer qualify for the nonprofit program.)

Feel free to contact me directly for more details.


Matthew Needham
mneedham at hdfgroup.org

The HDF Group
1800 South Oak Street, Suite 203
Champaign, IL 61820

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