[Mailman-Users] cause of bounces

Dimitri Maziuk dmaziuk at bmrb.wisc.edu
Thu Oct 19 11:02:37 EDT 2017

On 2017-10-19 01:36, Stephen J. Turnbull wrote:

> (I don't understand Dimitri's claim about SourceForge ads; all the
> mail I get from SourceForge is originated there and AFAIK the DKIM
> validates.  If it doesn't, their system is pretty brain-damaged.)

It is, but not DKIM-drain-bramaged. I PGP-sign when sending from my 
linux PCs and SF injects their ads into the signed part. <tinfoil 
hat>Which is part of the reason why they don't want you to sign your 
messages on the client, before they got their ads in.</tinfoil hat>

> That depends on how much mail you get, how much of it is unwanted,
> how much you care about the time you spend dealing with unwanted mail,
> and how much you care about losing wanted mail.

:) How would I know: it got thrown away, I never knew it existed.

Seriously, though, for me gmail is the only one that doesn't deliver 
wanted mail and sticks it into their "all mail" -- despite the blanket 
.forward I have in there. On my work MTA I pretend DMARC doesn't exist 
and I don't spend any more time on spam now than I did in 2007.


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