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so a proton mail solution is marked as "toxic".... fun... as proton mail is marked "toxic" in 
russia(and maybe china)? and gmail not?

by the way, why do you care about spam for a help forum? if you accept "reply by email" you just 
have to care about registred emails on your side, and if not, you just have nothing to care about 
spam.... and you can just deactivate "reply from email" on the forum until the guy post enough post 
proving he's not a spammer... which is a better and smarter solution than relying on a dummy stupid 
list maitained by some org that can choose to ban or not some service (as do russian and china and 
french gouvernements)

and this domain is used for my accounts on gitlab, github, mozilla, osm, /e/os forums, gentoo, well 
how to say? everywhere but you? I think you better change your "toxic" domain filter... even big 
tech (like m$ behind github....) do accept it.... and I can even reply to github/gitlab tickets by 
email using the same domain 😅

thanks and regards

Envoyé depuis Proton Mail mobile

-------- Message d'origine --------
Le 8 juil. 2023, 10:50, Guilhem Moulin - guilhem at a écrit :

On Sat, 08 Jul 2023 at 07:37:01 +0000, wrote: > but... you force user to 
use "big tech" emails, not accepting alias emails... No we do not, but spaming is also a problem 
on our side and we indeed have various blocklists in place to bar registration from addresses 
commonly used by spammers. Your domain is being blocked because it's marked as “toxic” by 
StopForumSpam: . -- Guilhem.
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