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On 11/22/2012 05:52 AM, Marc Paré wrote:
Is it just me? I wake up this morning, and, as usual, I read my ISP spam report (I get a report every day as I filter approximately 3000 emails/day -- I run an e-zine)), and, LibreOffice messages have been singled out as spam. So, any emails to mailing-lists that I am subscribed to, are stopped by my ISP and not sent on the me! Yikes!

I had to go back and have them sent on by hand, there were quite a few!

Is anyone experiencing this? Is there anything in our mailing-list messaging system that may have changed in the last day or two (or this past week) that could have triggered this?

I have never had any LibreOffice mailing-list emails caught by my ISP spam filtering system which is pretty good.



I monitor about 400 bi-weekly emails for customers and occasionally find someone has set their spam filter to a very restrictive setting sometimes blocking entire domains.

I would contact the ISP or the Spam lists directly to find out what is going. I typically must call my customers to straighten out the spam problem - I usually only have at most 2 or 3- because the problem is at the customer's side not mine.

Can you post the email header with the spam report?

Jay Lozier

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