[MlMt] Too many bounces?
verdonv at gmail.com
Sun Jan 27 12:12:30 EST 2019
Gmail is getting awful. I run a couple mail servers. I have root emails
fwd’d to my gmail address. I only send a couple dozens log and notices
emails each day. Gmail has started randomly bouncing them. I have used
their so-called postmaster tools, registered and verified my domains, I
have dmarc and spf setup correctly. I have reverse dns setup correctly.
I closely monitor all mail leaving the sever. I don’t relay anything.
There’s nothing more I can do and apparently no human point of contact
there to do anything about it.
I’ve about had enough of gmail. It’s starting to make hotmail look
like a better alternative. (sarcasm)
On 27 Jan 2019, at 12:06, Robert Brenstein wrote:
> Such notifications are most often prompted by the sending host, that
> is the list host, suddenly deemed to be a spammer. Usually, it is a
> side-effect of some other user of that same service causing the IP (IP
> range) to be blacklisted. In this case, it might have been only Google
> thinking so, rightfully or not. Google, AOL, a few other services also
> count the number of recipients in each instance of mail and if they
> adjusted that limits, blacklisting would be the result.
> On 27 Jan 2019, at 13:25, Benny Kjær Nielsen wrote:
>> On 27 Jan 2019, at 13:15, Arnau Rebassa wrote:
>>> I received exactly the same email and also my email address is from
>>> gmail. No idea why.
>> And apparently it doesn't happen after you re-subscribed?
>> I haven't checked thoroughly, but it seems ~80 people with Gmail
>> addresses were kicked off the list about 2 hours ago. I don't have
>> time to look into the details right now. It's a complex issue and I
>> quickly forget all the gory details :)
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