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Month: July 2015

Re: [trinity-users] Messages from Jonesy bouncing was: Re: [trinity-users] Konqueror automatic http:// prefix in url address

From: "E. Liddell" <ejlddll@...>
Date: Tue, 7 Jul 2015 06:49:03 -0400
On Tue, 7 Jul 2015 08:00:25 +0100
Lisi Reisz <lisi.reisz@...> wrote:

> On Tuesday 07 July 2015 02:09:52 Dave Lers wrote:
> > Jonesy wrote:
> > > The is re-emailing all subscribed incoming
> > > emails to the user list.  Each of those emails _claims_ to be From:
> > > the
> > > original sender.  But, when Gmail (or whoever) asks if the original
> > > sender (e.g. Jonesy <trinity@...> ) is authorized to send via
> > > that
> > > MTA, the answer is "NO".
> >
> > Earlier today messages on the list prompted me to enable DKIM, now I'm
> > regretting it. It would seem anyone posting with a DKIM header is at
> > risk. Intersting thing is that it appears that posts from
> > don't have a DKIM header, but those from do (does gmail
> > reject those?).
> I got this one!
> There is surely no real difference between Gmail and Googlemail?
> <quote>
> Every Gmail User has two Gmail Addresses
> Surprised?? When a user creates a new account, he actually gets two 
> email addresses. The first one is the regular id while the second 
> one is id. It is because the domains and 
> are interchangeable.
> </quote>

Exactly.  I use because that was the sole domain name in
use when I was issued the address (I've had it since the service was in beta)
and I can't be bothered to switch, but I send mail through

Really, the big problem here is not that Lisi and I are losing the occasional mail,
or even that we might get involuntarily unsubscribed, it's that someone popping 
in here briefly for help may never see the responses to their message!  We can't 
ask casual visitors to switch email accounts just for the sake of this list.

E. Liddell