FAQ
That's like asking how you keep criminals from breaking into other
peoples houses -- you don't.


If you control the mail servers in question, then you can ensure that
they don't reject amy of your list messages.

Otherwise, the best you can do is ensure that your reverse DNS is set
up correctly and do daily checks of all the known blacklists to see if
the IP address of your mailing list server has been listed.

--
Brad Knowles <brad at shub-Internet.org>

Sent from my iPhone
On Aug 30, 2007, at 12:42 PM, "Fitzpatrick, Ted" wrote:

Hi,



I recently set up some new mailing lists in Mailman, and I've received
reports that some recipients aren't receiving the message because spam
filters on their end are blocking the mailman message.



How can I ensure that their spam filters aren't blocking mailman
messages?



Thanks,



Ted

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