Change to Mail Infrastructure - SPF and DKIM verification will now be enforced

Sven Brauch mail at
Tue Dec 8 10:18:05 GMT 2015

On 08/12/15 10:54, Ben Cooksley wrote:
>> > Correction: Wayland is also affected. I didn't check a gmail mail. So given
>> > that all are probably affected.
>> >
>> > Sorry Ben, that's just a no, it will be highly disruptive to KDE to turn us
>> > off from these mailing lists.
> Can't recall if I stated this previously, but i'd already decided to
> delay this until the end of January.
> It should not be delayed forever though.

I am also quite sceptical of this. The main task of a mail system is to
deliver email reliably. Anti-Spam measures are only useful if they have
a very very low false-positive rate. And from my personal experience,
DKIM is so shaky to date that you will end up rejecting _lots_ of mail


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