On Fri, 29 May 2020 18:17:05 +0100
Brian Barker <email@example.com> wrote:
At 18:08 29/05/2020 +0100, I wrote:
... I suspect that this message from me will also appear in the
archive but not be received by *some* mailing list subscribers,
whose mail providers simply obey the standards and reject my
messages as forwarded by the list.
Aha! I'm delighted to find that I was wrong. My btinternet.com mail
has been provided for some time by Yahoo, but was changed a few days
ago and is no longer. My new mail arrangements no longer show the
problem. But M. Gauthier is still out of luck - and it's the fault of
the LibreOffice Users list, not his yahoo.com.
Sorry, I don't know very much about this subject, but AFAICT you are
blaming an innocent party here. The DMARC standard is, AIUI, an
ill-thought out disaster as far as mailing lists are concerned and the
blame should therefore be attached to mail providers such as Yahoo who
apply such a flawed standard without due consideration.
To me, it's more an indication to avoid Yahoo and its ilk than any
criticism of this or any other list experiencing such problems.
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