Wed Nov 2 14:52:00 GMT 2016
On 11/2/2016 2:13 PM, cyg Simple wrote:
> On 11/2/2016 9:04 AM, Eric Blake wrote:
>> On 11/02/2016 05:43 AM, Andrey ``Bass'' Shcheglov wrote:
>>> Remote host said: 550-5.7.1 Unauthenticated email from vanav.org is not
>>> accepted due to domain's > 550-5.7.1 DMARC policy. Please contact the
>>> administrator of vanav.org domain if > 550-5.7.1 this was a legitimate
>>> mail. Please visit > 550-5.7.1
It says that vanav.org is the domain having problems.
This is not a domain connected to cygwin in some way, is it?
Besides, the website vanav.org and its whois info also looks bogus to
So i think there is nothing to be done for Cygwin Admins.
Am i right?
>> yahoo.com has already been doing this for a while, now gmail.com is
>> doing it too :(
>> In addition to the link you quoted:
>> here's another one:
>> The problem is that the mailman instance running the cygwin mailing list
>> (and ALL lists hosted by sourceware, for that matter) needs to be
>> reconfigured to cope with stricter DMARC rules. I'm not an admin, so
>> you will need to redirect this request to the postmaster that manages
>> cygwin's mailman instance.
>> In the meantime, the only "workaround" is to subscribe to the list using
>> an address that isn't quite as nasty about DMARC rules. It's sad that
>> more and more sites are clamping down, but that's the price we pay for
> But the mail is being delivered, at least in the gmail case. I'm
> guessing that gmail is sending a status to the sender and delivering the
> mail anyway for the time being.
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