"Matthew" == Matthew Thompson <thompson at bwcoe.com> writes:
Matthew> I have a mailing list with users subscribed from two
Matthew> particular domains, call them nice.com and naughty.com.
Matthew> The security czars are naughty.com have decided that
Matthew> inbound email with naughty.com in the From address cannot
Matthew> possibly be legitimate so they silently drop the mail.

"Mr. Foot, meet Mr. Bullet." Make sure you cash any checks from
naughty.com immediately; one gets the feeling they're not going to be
around for very long.

Matthew> One way around this is to make the list anonymous but
Matthew> that creates the problem that we don't know who sent the
Matthew> message unless everyone always remembers to mark the
Matthew> messages either in the subject line or at the end of the
Matthew> message.

Why not simply change all instances of @naughty.com in the author
headers to @naughty.invalid or @censored.invalid or something like
that? It's easy enough to create a custom Handler to do that kind of
thing, and should be safe, too. Since you're going to have to modify
Mailman in any case, I believe, this is the least intrusive way to do

If the answer is "that would work for us", then I'll look at doing the
coding and documenting the installation process, unless somebody beats
me to it. :-) Gotta run....

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