[Digikam-users] Third try! digikam bouncing all good messages as spam...
bwooster47 at gmail.com
Sat Aug 13 16:03:54 BST 2011
You would be wrong to assume that :-)
(if people are being bounced incorrectly, they may not know enough to
complain in any reply that gets through, so kde.org would never ever
know about it, would they? Like asking "who is absent today, raise
I think I know the problem - it is Gmail trying to be more secure by
providing more information in the header, and mailman is getting
confused. Gmail did it to make things more secure, but clearly they
made a mistake - no one else seems to follow their lead on this.
Of course, this is just a hypothesis, but given that the digikam
bounce said nothing more than "we found this to be spam" - and the
same text in a message bounced one way and worked the other, it must
be the headers that is confusing digikam-users.
On Sat, Aug 13, 2011 at 10:04 AM, Chris Green <chris at isbd.co.uk> wrote:
> On Sat, Aug 13, 2011 at 09:27:01AM -0400, B Wooster wrote:
>> Oh well, was worth trying, but this email mailing list is really terrible.
>> I've trying to post a reply to a message (in a thread I started!) and
>> all messages are being rejected as spam...
>> So sad when mailing list software is so terrible...
> It works well for most people most of the time! :-)
> If it's *not* working for you and it's rejecting your messages to the
> list then *maybe* you're doing something that is explicitly discouraged.
> Chris Green
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