[amsat-bb] AMSAT-BB outage and changes.

Dennis Griffin EagleEyeDennis at gmx.com
Wed Mar 4 00:05:04 UTC 2015

I subscribe to about 100 Yahoo groups, and most of the emails from this group are the only ones that I find in my junk folder. A few, however, make it into the folder where they belong, as this one did. Weird.

73 de Dennis KD7CAC
Scottsdale, AZ

> On Mar 3, 2015, at 3:27 PM, Glen Zook via AMSAT-BB <amsat-bb at amsat.org> wrote:
> I will try the method listed by Yahoo.  In fact, a number of the E-Mail reflectors have the same problem.  Some of the messages make it through and yet other messages go to the SPAM file! Glen, K9STH
> Website: http://k9sth.net
>      From: Joe Fitzgerald <jfitzgerald at alum.wpi.edu>
> To: amsat-bb at amsat.org 
> Sent: Tuesday, March 3, 2015 10:29 AM
> Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] AMSAT-BB outage and changes.
> Glen Zook<gzook at yahoo.com >wrote:
>> Unfortunately, Yahoo is still dumping most AMSAT BB messages to the SPAM
>> folder. Glen, K9STH
> Glen,
> Thanks for your feedback.
> So far, the change I implemented seems to be working ... note that your
> "From" address has been "munged" such that it no longer claims to be sent
> from a Yahoo! server, when it in fact comes from amsat.org - the AMSAT
> server checked to see if yahoo.com had a restrictive DMARC policy, saw
> that it did, so replaced your address with the list address.  Other mail
> servers around the internet don't see a DMARC policy violation, and list
> mail is delivered.
> Spam folders, on the other hand, are a separate problem.  ISP's have a
> different methods of sorting spam from ham.  Yahoo! has some tips for its
> users at:
> https://help.yahoo.com/kb/mail/SLN4910.html
> Other ISP's have their own procedures.

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