[Mimedefang] FB Joins? And current copy of code we are using to handle DMARC reject/quarantine domains and mailing lists - Was Re: ADMINISTRIVIA: Yahoo users may not post to this mailing list
Kevin A. McGrail
KMcGrail at pccc.com
Thu Apr 24 16:53:14 EDT 2014
I have considered what if Gmail follows suit and plan to ask Google about just that question. They made me a top contributor a few months ago so hopefully I can get an answer. However, in general my interactions with Google on mail flow and RFCs has always been good and make sense. Plus they have paying customers so I think a change would need to be communicated far better than Yahoo's somewhat out of the blue change.
Beyond that, my guess is that this may ultimately be a stopgap measure to buy time for mailing lists to change. I know the recent mailman Release Candidate added dmarc policy settings just because of this issue.
In fact, I am still not sure this is a bad thing. It was the lack of notice that really took a lot of people by surprise. Perhaps no one predicted how bad this would affect lists?
"David F. Skoll" <dfs at roaringpenguin.com> wrote:
>On Thu, 24 Apr 2014 15:30:49 -0400
>"Kevin A. McGrail" <KMcGrail at PCCC.com> wrote:
>> We apologize for the inconvenience but the cause of the issue rests
>> squarely and solely on your email provider. We recommend you
>> consider a free Google account available at http://www.gmail.com/.
>I like the logic but wonder what recommendations we can make if (when?)
>gmail.com goes to "p=reject"? :(
>I think I'll implement something like this on our server---thanks for
>the code sample.
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