[LAU] [OT]: Some emails from LAU and LAD marked as spam from my ISP

Lorenzo Sutton lsutton at libero.it
Mon Jun 20 11:34:56 UTC 2011

Erik de Castro Lopo wrote:
> Lorenzo Sutton wrote:
>> As per subject. This is hard to trace for me because they are put in a
>> "spam" folder in the webmail interface which I hardly ever use.
>> One of thes is e.g: linux-audio-user at lists.linuxaudio.org
>> ISP says this is correctly marked as spam because it doesn't have
>> "standard features routing / resolution / related to domain" (I'm
>> translating this from Italian. And in a further email that they check
>> "correct routing of the sender in relation to DNS domain and not only
>> reverse etc." (again my translation).
>> Any mail-admin guru have an idea about this?
> Not a mail admin guru,  but it seems linuxaudio.org does not
> have an SPF record. See:
>     http://www.openspf.org/
> It  also doesn't use DKIM:
>     http://www.dkim.org/
> Personally I find that DKIM is a far less reliable spam/non-spam
> indicator than SPF.
>> Of course it would help if they simply had an option to whitelist
>> addresses ("this is not spam") or something similar which they seem not
>> to have.
> It would  also help  if you get the ISP to  specifically
> point to which  technology they expect.

I know, but that's all I got and I don't expect more after various email.

Anyway thanks for the info.


> Erik

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