[ntp:questions] [META] lists.ntp.org borked DMARC settings

John Levine johnl at taugh.com
Thu May 9 15:06:44 UTC 2019

In article <n-qdnSmIEPSoMk7BnZ2dnUU78R3NnZ2d at giganews.com>,
Jakob Bohm  <jb-usenet at wisemo.com.invalid> wrote:
>For about 2 months now, the lists.ntp.org gateway between the newsgroup 
>and mailing list has had a borked setting that rejects posts from real 
>e-mail addresses if the e-mail domain's DMARC is configured to the 
>minimums required to get actual mail accepted by other systems.

My DMARC record says "p=none" and systems all over the world
accept my mail just fine.  If someone has told you that mail
systems require "p=quarantine", you've been badly misinformed.

Please leave the mailing list alone.  None of the anti-DMARC settings
actually work very well.

John Levine, johnl at iecc.com, Primary Perpetrator of "The Internet for Dummies",
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