[Mailman-Users] SPAM alert on internal mailing list
mark at msapiro.net
Tue Apr 11 11:32:09 EDT 2017
On 04/11/2017 08:31 AM, Mark Sapiro wrote:
> postmaster at python.org can't help you with this. We have no knowledge of
> or control over your list.
> I can tell you however that what is happening is your list is probably
> applying DMARC mitigations to list mail causing both the From: and To:
> addresses of the mail to be the same list address, and various Microsoft
> email services consider this to be a sign of "spoofing" and add the
> warning you see to the received message.
> On 04/11/2017 02:21 AM, Mariana Linhan wrote:
>> I have previously contacted you on this matter (emails attached), but
>> the problem remains and we need swift action.
>> All emails sent by the Fare team (name.surname at farenet.org) and
>> others to fareinternal at no-racism.net seem to appear marked as SPAM
>> sometimes LOW and other times HIGH in all our farenet.org outlook
>> emails. See another example attached.
>> We thought that this could be a problem with our server
>> and decided to contact the people that manage it to solve the issue.
>> They made changes to our DNS/mail services but the problem persists and
>> they said the following:
>> "We have checked the settings on your email server and everything is how
>> it should be. Further looking into this issue showed us that you are
>> sending emails to a different domain which is not supported by us. You
>> need to contact the IT team that supports - @no-racism.net and whitelist
>> your domain - farenet.org. This should resolve the issue with the emails.
>> We are attaching a screenshot that the email left Farenet's email server
>> without issues."
>> Can you please address the issue. We believe that only us can see this,
>> but if all other members are receiving the same message this is disastrous.
>> Do not hesitate to contact me if you have any further queries.
>> Mariana Linhan
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