[78-L] Warning..offensive article leads to offensive postings ^

David Lennick dlennick at sympatico.ca
Wed May 21 18:13:29 PDT 2014

I never managed to get Yahoo back on with 78-L messages. Needed it only as a 
backup about 10 years ago and frankly I don't want it back..everything else 
over there is also screwed up.


On 5/21/2014 9:09 PM, Ron Fial wrote:
> No, haven't fixed it yet -- still trying.
> Will change the from address so that the address will end with .invalid
> For instance, an email from a yahoo member will say:
>       From:  person at yahoo.com.invalid
> So we know who sent the email, but ISPs won't reject it because it did not
> originate from a yahoo.com IP address.  That is what I am fighting,
> this new kind of reject based on the From: address.
> In order to test the fixes, I have to turn off the anonymity stuff, but
> am not yet successful in getting the .invalid to append.  I am getting
> closer, tho :)  While I have anonymity turned off for testing,
> about 50 members won't have their email delivered to all members, some
> of it will bounce.  Temporarily allowing lots of bounces.
> Most other domains are OK, google.com is golden, I love them.
> Will get his fixed SOON!
> @*($&#*&&   <--(how I feel about Yahoo breaking mailing lists worldwide)
> Regards,
>     Ron Fial   78-L list manager
> ____________________________________________
> At 05:55 PM 5/21/2014, you wrote:
>> So it would appear! Thanks, Ron!
>> dl
>> On 5/21/2014 8:13 PM, DAVID BURNHAM wrote:
>>>>  From the last few comments it looks like Ron may have fixed the annonimity problem!
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