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On Fri, 29 May 2020 18:17:05 +0100
Brian Barker <> 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 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

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.

Brian Barker

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