[thelist] Sender Reputation of thelist emails [was: Re: Domain issues]
volkan.ozcelik at gmail.com
Mon Jan 6 02:14:44 UTC 2020
Following our age-old thelist convention and updating the subject to start
a new thread :)
Boy I missed those good old days!
> More likely that Gmail has issues with our reputation, rather than the
> good reputation our sending IP has in general.
The IP has good reputation, though email providers are getting stricter as
the time goes by.
Here are a few things that I guess is impacting gmail to mark the thelist
emails as spams.
- Although it has proper SPF records, the emails sent do not have a valid
- The email is not encrypted (it has a red padlock with a cross in gmail,
which alarmingly gives an insecure/spammy feeling even if it’s not spam.
Here are a few other findings that I got after a quick scan:
- RBL: Sender listed at https://www.dnswl.org/, no trust [126.96.36.199
listed in list.dnswl.org]
- Multiple indicators imply a widely-seen list manager
If it’s just my gmail marking thelist emails as spam, then I’m fine with
Like I said, I’m already forcefully filtering them into my inbox form the
spam folder; telling gmail never to mark them as spam.
I also do understand that our mailer maintainers (I don’t know how many of
you guys are out there, but you deserve full respect for keeping this thing
alive and kicking) … anyways, you guys might have other fish to fry.
I just wanted to point out my observations, so that you can add it you your
backlog or something.
May the source be with you,
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