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Lists Moving From Majordomo To Mailman end of Aug. 2016

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For Organisations Berklix.org
server Facilities Berklix.Net
List Software Majordomo Later, a web interface may be added when time available, (Time has not been available for years, as administrator time was regularly wasted by lazy ignorant fools who persistently refused to learn the robot, who tried to waste administrator time with manual [un]subscribe requests. Now mostly automatically discarded unseen. The few that get through are not acceeded too, but automatic filters are enhanced to discard them too. Slowly people realise they must use the robot.)
Operating System FreeBSD
Servers Berklix
Configuration Consultancy Berklix.Com
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Up to at least 8th July 2016:
Partial Mail Lists Disruption By Some Subscribers'
Bad Internet Service Providers (ISPs)

Between 16 Jun 2016 & Fri, 1 Jul 2016, Bad Mail Providers rejected list mail from servers including berklix

Bad Mail Providers
aol.com aol.de compuserve.com hotmail.co.uk hotmail.com hotmail.de live.de msn.com yahoo.co.uk yahoo.com yahoo.de yahoo.fr ymail.com
Notes:
  • Some other domains might also be served by these bad providers.
  • Bad Providers adopt stupidly simple spam detector rules, such as "Individual mail we'll pass, but list mail to more than eg 6 recipients may be spam so we block unless we can force list operators (like Berklix) to accept our half baked SPF & similar non standard rules."
  • Test list mail from Berklix to your address
    • Don't send test mails as broadcast to main lists, that annoys many other subscribers!
    • Subscribe to list zz-test via majordomo.
      Unfortunately, as there's usually very few addresses subscribed at any one time to zz-test (only people currently testing), you may not trigger & detect your bad provider's daft bulk spam detect rules by mailing to zz-test. Maybe later Berklix will permanently subscribe a number of null addresses to zz-test@ to get round that idiot detector rule of Bad Providers.
Some Good Mail Provider:,
5sl.org alice-dsl.de amirhmoin.com arcor.de basler.de berklix.com berklix.org chesalb.de cockcroft.de craincom.de de.astellas.com debitel.net devnet.de epo.org esea.com eso.org eurocub.com fcagney.com framepool.de freedict.de freenet.de genion.de germanynet.de gmail.com gmx.at gmx.ch gmx.com gmx.de gmx.net googlemail.com guru.de hypovereinsbank.de iee.org jekat.com kclalumni.net ltx.com martin-collins.de metz.im mglug.de millard.ch mittelalter.com mnet-online.de msd.de muc.mtu.de nexgo.de o2.com oracle.com pacbell.net partner.bmw.de renemagic.com rrison.de schaufenbuel.net semitest.de snake.de soeldner-muenchen.de stuartdean.de t-online.de t-systems.com talk21.com tele2.de thunell.com thunell.de tuco.de verilab.com web.de wp.pl wyrmwood.com
Of course, there is a world of other good domains also not listed smiley

Subscribers Of Berklix Lists, Your Help Requested

Please phone or mail forward this to your Berklix friends on Bad Mail Providers, & tell them if they haven't received Berklix list mail with event announcement(s) etc recently, they're still welcome to join us. They were not removed from Berklix lists. It's that their Bad Mail Provider has deliberately rejecting list mail, including from Berklix, flooding Berklix with Reject messages.

Subscribers With Bad Mail Providers

  • Do not trust your mail provider, it deliberately blocked mail, may still be doing so, or may resume later.
  • Complain to your mail provider.
  • Plan to Dump your mail provider.
  • Ask friends which mail provider they use & why, there's lots of Good Mail Providers, many free, & also some paid with phone line etc.) any not listed above as Bad Mail Providers should be OK.
  • Get a 2nd mail provider.
    • Notice the Bad Mail Providers seem to be Microsoft owned, &/or USA based ?
    • Some Bad Mail Providers have been trouble before, trying to cut staff by forcing their mail admin work (especially for such as list mail) back on senders & attempting to coerce the Internet to half baked non standards.
    • Better subscribe via a Good Mail Provider, perhaps owned, managed, run & regulated in Europe, though most non MS owned, non USA major providers, anywhere else in the world are probably also OK.
  • Subscribe your Good Mail Provider address.
  • Unsubscribe your Bad Mail Provider address.
  • Use majordomo:
  • If You Remain Subscribed Via Your Bad Mail Provider, Berklix May Forcibly Unsubscribe You Without Notice, to protect list owners from reject noise from Bad Mail Providers.
  • If your provider is not listed above, your provider is Good Mail Provider, Berklix has seen no error report, no need to ask Berklix if you are OK.

  Berklix Warned About Bad Mail Providers In 2010:
Berklix Will Dump All Yahoo & Hotmail Mail Addresses.

TECHNICAL (non technical people should skip this):

The Bad Mail Providers were trying to force List Servers to change header From: & Sender: fields etc (& some wanted DMARC & / or other things

Early July, it seems some Bad Mail Providers may be backing off again, bounce errors are reducing; Probably some will try again, as some have tried before for SPF, it's still worth dumping Bad Mail Providers for Good Mail Provider.

Berklix models its headers on FreeBSD.Org (&/or other independent internet developers).
Berklix is not coerced by large American owned Bad Mail Providers or Microsoft inspired (non!) "standards" lobbies etc:
There have been articles before criticising MS backed ideas such as SPF; Search for " SPF considered Harmful" (Here's one at random).

Berklix does not waste time unpaid, pandering to requirements of Bad Mail Provider that often have also evaded responsibility, failing to provide postmaster@ & abuse@ addresses).

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