[MlMt] Too many bounces?

Alexandru Nedelcu groups7 at alexn.org
Mon Jan 28 01:34:16 EST 2019

A problem with the MailMate mailing list is that it sends the email on behalf of the user, which then makes the SPF / DKIM checks to fail. You can notice it by checking out the DMARC reports, if you have configured it.

On Sun, Jan 27, 2019, at 19:06, 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 :)
>> -- 
>> Benny

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