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I dont know if there is a way to fix this, since labeling all mails sent by lua-l doesn't work either.

2015-03-28 16:06 GMT+01:00 Coda Highland <>:
On Sat, Mar 28, 2015 at 2:42 AM, Rob Kendrick <> wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 27, 2015 at 10:06:29PM -0700, Coda Highland wrote:
>> On Fri, Mar 27, 2015 at 10:03 PM, Jonathan Goble <> wrote:
>> > I'm getting that also.
>> >
>> > The messages from Yahoo going to spam is the result of a deliberate action
>> > by Yahoo itself, Google "Yahoo DMARC reject policy" for more info. I'm not
>> > sure if the list can do anything to prevent it.
>> >
>> > The "violation of recommended sender guidelines" seems to happen primarily
>> > on messages from corporate domains.
>> It is actually possible but it comes at the cost of making the list
>> messages come from the list itself instead of retaining the original
>> From: field. There's some ick involved in modifying the e-mail headers
>> (since you lose sender information with no good way to put it back)
>> but it would fix the delivery problem.
> It's a problem with all mailing lists that DKIM signatures get
> corrupted, because the headers are altered.  DMARC and SPF don't help,
> either.
> However, the From: header is never changed.  (The MAIL FROM: at SMTP
> time is set to an address belonging to the list so the mailing list
> software can process bounces: otherwise the poster would get all the
> bounces.)
> GMail are a law unto themselves when it comes to interacting with other
> mail systems.  My advice is generally to just avoid using them, but this
> sadly isn't always possible.
> Perhaps if everybody fishes them out of their spam folder GMail's insane
> spam filter will figure it out.
> B.

No, I mean, I know that, I'm saying if we DID just craft an entirely
new set of headers for the outgoing messages, it would avoid the
spambox problem... at the cost of losing sender data.

/s/ Adam