Re: a test email (& dmarc) @admins

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On 16/08/2021 19:36, Daniel P. Berrangé wrote:
On Mon, Aug 16, 2021 at 07:23:25PM +0100, lejeczek wrote:

On 16/08/2021 09:35, Daniel P. Berrangé wrote:
On Sat, Aug 14, 2021 at 09:38:50AM +0100, lejeczek wrote:
hi guys.
I sent email a while ago and I wonder, also having not received a single
reply, because I did not get that own email - is there are problem I'm
having here or DMARC(yahoo & others?) are not fixed in by this mailing list
- would an admin(anybody) know?
This mailing list (and all hosted on are seriously broken
when senders have strict DMARC settings. This hits everyone posting
from @yahoo.* addresses - mail still gets sent out by the list, but
a large number of receipients mail servers will throw it away due to
DMARC violation.  I've had tickets open with our mail provider for
a year & a half now but progress fixing it is painfully slow.

not all, which fact is most intriguing to me - as if there were no
communication on some fundamental level and each mailman(s) admin(s) lived
in a separate closet.
One such example where guys had it for very long (if not always) fixed in is
freeIPA mailing list, but there is a few more I'm subscribed to "owned" by
Redhat which work.
The freeIPA mailing lists are hosted on, which is
handled by different mail infrastructure than NB the
problem isn't in mailman, it is the backend mail infra that is
causing the trouble.
This mustn't be a difficult task to undertake - oVirt has done it right, recently also clusterlabs admins fixed their list. I'd be nice & many I have no doubts will be grateful for being able to see/get own emails - just as mailing lists should be.

many thanks, L

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