For the last 18 months, I have successfully used MailEnable's List Server feature. However, over the last few weeks, email sent from Yahoo email addresses has not been delivered to other Yahoo email addresses. Additionally, email sent from Yahoo email addresses is consistently sorted to the SPAM box of my Gmail account.
The problem can be seen in MailEnable's SMTP logs. For example:
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554 5.7.9 Message not accepted for policy reasons. See http://postmaster.yahoo.com/errors/postmaster-28.html
http://www.ietf.org/mail-archive/web/ie ... 87153.html
Yahoo's response is described here:
http://yahoomail.tumblr.com/post/824269 ... senders-do
...where it says:
QuestionIf you are a mailing list owner, what should you do?
Mailing lists are a special case of sending mail on behalf of individuals. The most common option is to use the mailing list’s address instead of the sender’s on the From: line. This will change the reply behavior. Some mailing lists also choose to act as pure forwarders and resend the mail without breaking DKIM signatures. As of this publication, no common mailing list packages provide straightforward configuration options that produce DMARC compatibility, although Mailman has relevant features starting in 2.1.16. If you are a developer of mailing list software and would like help adding features to allow participants from domains with DMARC p=reject, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Is there anyway to configure my MailEnable List Server and/or Lists to be compatible with Yahoo's new DMARC policy?