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Re: ml hacks for goodmail

  • From: Suresh Ramasubramanian
  • Date: Sat Feb 04 22:20:23 2006
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On 2/5/06, Randy Bush <[email protected]> wrote:
> so, anyone working on the majordomo and mailman hacks for goodmail?
> "i am sorry, but you can not subscribe to this list from an
> address.  don't ask us to explain, ask [email protected]"
> or am i missing something here?  clue-bat if so, please.

Goodmail seems to be for transactional email. AKA bank and credit card
statements for example.  And for content rich email (html, with lots
of cute pictures)

You sending any of that?  No?  Alrighty then ...

AOL's enhanced whitelist (EWL) / feedback loop setup seems to work
just fine, and rumors of its imminent death appear to be exxagerated.

Suresh Ramasubramanian ([email protected])