[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
is Gmail.com.

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
> tell
> >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
> first?
> R's,
> John
> 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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