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Re: icloud emails tagged as spam.
To: CRTech <crtech@crtech.org>
Subject: Re: icloud emails tagged as spam.
From: Mark McMillan <markmwecc@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 30 Oct 2018 09:07:53 -0400
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References: <708901d46fb5$8abc31a0$a03494e0$@icloud.com> <7e5242e1-0f34-2a24-89e1-6b00f46f8ce4@reyware.us> <70c201d46fd6$b1df8f90$159eaeb0$@icloud.com> <D7AFB2BA-5107-49A6-8649-909EC4512464@showmeham.info> <3d42ef4e-8d71-c12f-cefd-6f907d44386b@bosscher.org>
Tom, I'm not opposed to moving.  Especially if means I see all the emails.  Being a bit of a novice gleaning from most of the posts, it gets a little difficult to fill in blanks when I don't see some original posts but have to scroll down on replies to what's going on.

Mark McMillan
Operations Manager
The Lighthouse WECC FM 89.3

On Mon, Oct 29, 2018 at 9:42 PM Tom Bosscher <tom@bosscher.org> wrote:


I've twitched at moving CRTech over to groups.io.  I administer some 15 groups on groups.io and I have not had a problem. But with CRTech, this is a huge jump. I have, and do have continuing problems with the current ISP regarding the archives. The archives on groups.io can be made public, and there are quite a few people who monitor email list servers that way.

I also take care of several groups using mailman, but I do prefer groups.io

The largest group on groups.io that I take care of is around 100 people. It's been over a year, and I have had no problems. I already have crtech@groups.io reserved.

Any one else with any experience with a group running about 700 on groups.io?

Again, it is a huge undertaking, as it does require folks to originate to a new email. I can move the individual email and the digest groups over rather easily.

Just looking for ideas.

Tom Bosscher

Host, CRTech

On 10/29/2018 9:10 PM, Matthew Chambers wrote:
All emails too/from CRTech here are getting caught in the spam folder, even though I have filters on the server set to catch them and mark them safe and put them in my “CRTech” folder. Doesn’t seem to matter if it’s a reply or the first email of a thread. They all say that the email was flagged as Spam because the server could not verify that the email came from who it says it came from. I’m having this problem with nearly all of my email groups except the few that are hosted on Google Groups or Groups.IO. 

Matthew Chambers, CBT, NR0Q

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