Subject: Re: [boost] Testing DMARC spam binning
From: Sebastian Ganson (sebastianganson_at_[hidden])
Date: 2017-02-10 01:46:41
Thanks to all involved for the hard work. Definitely looking forward to no
longer fishing for Niall's emails in my spam folder.
On Thu, Feb 9, 2017 at 7:32 PM, Niall Douglas via Boost <
> Dear Boost,
> You all probably noticed that boost-dev now sends you emails from "Your
> Name via Boost <boost_at_[hidden]>" with your original email listed
> as CC.
> This should finally mean that DMARC protected email addresses are no
> longer flagged as Spam by many email services, including this email from
> me, as boost-dev is no longer sending email with a protected From: address.
> The list should be made aware that fixing this has taken nine months or
> so for good reason. A whole ton of work went into making this happen,
> not least relocating Boost's mailing list services from wowbagger where
> it had been for almost forever to new hosting partially donated to us
> for free. What wasn't obvious here was that there were problems of
> ownership transfer, arranging service donation and the change over and
> getting many, many long seized up cogs to turn, ones indeed I have
> failed to turn in many years of trying myself. The fact it all happened
> without service interruption is an amazing achievement.
> I'd like to ask the list to formally thank Michael Caisse and his team
> of many diligent workers who did all of this just to get mail posted
> here to not get flagged as Spam (there were other motivating factors too
> of course, but the Spam issue got the ball rolling). It was an awful lot
> of work for not a very obvious gain here on boost-dev. So thank you.
> ned Productions Limited Consulting
> http://www.nedproductions.biz/ http://ie.linkedin.com/in/nialldouglas/
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