[Mailman-Users] Digest members of one domain marked bouncing
pshute at nuw.org.au
Wed Aug 8 01:29:15 EDT 2018
Have you been able to do anything about it? If we can't get their server to
believe it's not spam, we're going to have to take all these people off
digest, and some won't like it.
I don't know if getting these people to whitelist us would let these emails
through, even if it was possible to steer all of them through the process.
On 8 August 2018 at 11:48, Richard Damon <Richard at damon-family.org> wrote:
> On 8/7/18 6:33 PM, Peter Shute wrote:
> > Recently we've had a lot of members from one particular domain (
> > bigpond.com/bigpond.com.au) marked bouncing, and it looks like it's only
> > digest members who are affected. I haven't checked yet if all digest
> > members from that domain are affected. We unticked their nomail box, but
> > few days later they're marked bouncing again.
> > I'm guessing that for some reason, that mail server thinks our digest
> > emails are spam. Any ideas what to do about this?
> > Peter Shute
> I have seen bounce issues with a number of the larger email providers
> with digests on the list I run. I suspect that the format of the digest
> just looks strange to the scoring algorithms, and the embedded message
> Ids will look like there are a lot of email addresses in the message,
> which would be also unusual.
> Richard Damon
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