[arch-general] ML is being sent to Spam by Gmail
knight.ryu12 at gmail.com
Wed Jun 8 09:55:08 UTC 2016
also, word checking as well.
2016/06/08 18:18 "Maarten de Vries via arch-general" <
arch-general at archlinux.org>:
> On 8 June 2016 at 10:55, Florian Pritz via arch-general <
> arch-general at archlinux.org> wrote:
> > On 08.06.2016 06:26, Eli Schwartz via arch-general wrote:
> > > dkim header remarks indicate either failed or missing dkim sigs for
> > > those messages.
> > That's weird. For me the signatures very just fine. Could you show me
> > the exact error you get (assuming there is one)?
> > Maybe also run the full mail (source, including headers) through
> > `opendkim-testmsg` (part of the opendkim package)? If there is no error,
> > the mail verifies fine.
> > Also missing DKIM signatures are not our fault and FWIW a missing
> > signature should not cause mails to go to spam. An invalid signature
> > also shouldn't unless there is a DMARC policy for that domain that
> > states so. archlinux.org currently doesn't publish a DMARC policy so the
> > default of letting everything through applies.
> > We do change the From address of any mail that uses DMARC though and
> > resign the mail with our key so that signatures for those mails are
> > valid. Since we change the From address, the DMARC policy of the
> > original sender no longer matters.
> > I don't know if gmail provides any information as to why they classify a
> > specific mail as spam, but if they do, please show me. If they do not,
> > please send me all the headers of one mail that has been delivered to
> > spam so I can check them for possible problems.
> Gmail imposes more strict checks on email coming in over IPv6, with the
> rationale that IPv6 enabled machines are more modern and thus should be
> configured properly for newer verification techniques. Of course, for a
> mailinglist this does not fly since it does not generate the messages
> itself. See also , specifically "Additional guidelines for IPv6".
> So... A stupid but possibly pragmatic approach is to use IPv4 when relaying
> email to gmail.
>  https://support.google.com/mail/answer/81126
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