[dmarc-discuss] How does *this* mailing list interact with dmarc?
Chris Lamont Mankowski
makerofthings77 at gmail.com
Sat Jun 23 17:59:04 PDT 2012
Assume Al Iverson stands up a brand new mailing list tomorrow on a brand
new IP. The recipients and senders are all 3rd parties to him with
different domains. Assume one sender is from Taugh.com and one recipient
How will Google know it's a mailing list? If Google "automatically knew"
what is that magic that they did?
How can Yahoo, Hotmail or my own company implement that same whitelisting
in a timely fashion?
I'm still looking through the archive to see why its a bad idea for Al
Iverson's domain (located in Sender or Return-Path) to publish
and receive a DMARC report if those domains don't align with the "FROM:"
On Sat, Jun 23, 2012 at 7:54 PM, John Levine <johnl at taugh.com> wrote:
> >Fact is, I as a sender or host of a mailing list don't have the juice to
> >Yahoo or Gmail to "just whitelist my discussion list and be done with it."
> Of course not. We've had discussion lists for upwards of 30 years.
> Mail systems know how to handle them. Users actively want list mail,
> they're whitelisted now. Why do you think that will change?
> Do people really think that mail managers are so dim that will
> mechanically stick DMARC in front of everything else, and be unable to
> figure out that they need to do their existing list whitelisting
> PS: The summary reports from Google even tell you when an IP is marked
> as a list host. I can send samples if you don't believe me.
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