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reply Brad Roberts <braddr puremagic.com> writes:
Another flurry of bounces floated through today (which I handled by removing
the suspensions, 
again).  The only practical choice is a fairly intrusive one.  I've enabled the
from_is_list option, 
meaning that the 'from' address from mail originating through the list will be
different.  I have no 
idea how well or badly this will work out, but it's that or stop the mail/news
gateway which is an 
even worse option.  I've set the mailman from_is_list option to 'wrap_message'.
 This will likely be 
the first message through the list with that option set, so we'll see how it
works out.

I've done this for only the digitalmars.d list so far, but if it works well
enough, I'll make the 
same change to every list.

If any of you work at yahoo, would you please visit whatever team is
responsible for deciding to 
cause this world of pain and thank them for me?

Later,
Brad
Apr 14 2014
next sibling parent "Rikki Cattermole" <alphaglosined gmail.com> writes:
On Tuesday, 15 April 2014 at 03:46:42 UTC, Brad Roberts wrote:
 Another flurry of bounces floated through today (which I 
 handled by removing the suspensions, again).  The only 
 practical choice is a fairly intrusive one.  I've enabled the 
 from_is_list option, meaning that the 'from' address from mail 
 originating through the list will be different.  I have no idea 
 how well or badly this will work out, but it's that or stop the 
 mail/news gateway which is an even worse option.  I've set the 
 mailman from_is_list option to 'wrap_message'.  This will 
 likely be the first message through the list with that option 
 set, so we'll see how it works out.

 I've done this for only the digitalmars.d list so far, but if 
 it works well enough, I'll make the same change to every list.

 If any of you work at yahoo, would you please visit whatever 
 team is responsible for deciding to cause this world of pain 
 and thank them for me?

 Later,
 Brad

Perhaps we should generate some publicity for Yahoo? I'm sure some tweets wouldn't go amiss here.
Apr 14 2014
prev sibling parent "Kagamin" <spam here.lot> writes:
support yahoo.com?
Apr 15 2014