RE: Re: [rp-ml] Postings going to spam folder

From: Steve Stewart (
Date: Fri Nov 16 2007 - 17:33:00 EET

Guys, can't you whitelist (add to your approved list, or address list,
or however your spam trap works) .
That should allow all traffic from that domain.
-Steve Stewart


From: [] On
Behalf Of manak lal jain
Sent: Thursday, November 15, 2007 11:15 PM
Subject: Re: Re: [rp-ml] Postings going to spam folder


The same case happening with me also since last 6 month.

I observed about 90% of rp-mail is going in my spam folder but I made a
regualr habit to see my spam folder.

This is for information only.

With best wishes,
Dr. M. L. Jain

On Thu, 15 Nov 2007 wrote :
>In a message dated 11/14/2007 9:06:57 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
> writes:
>I noticed this happening several months ago, but never got around to
>if others have had this problem. It seems that (with Yahoo mail at
>quite a few postings to rp-ml (but not all) get put into my spam folder
and then
>I have to take them out and indicate that they are not really spam. I
>know if anyone else has had this problem, but if so, it could be
>many messages from getting through to subscribers and maybe this has
even led
>to the apparent drop in postings and responses (but then I guess if
ALL rp-ml
>messages are somehow going into your spam folder, you won't get this
>either). So if you haven't already - maybe you should check that spam
>once in a while. I'd be interested in learning if a lot of you are
>this happen.
>G. Sachs
>Hi George:
>Once in a while - especially for certain writers - the machinery here
>2 different ISP's will throw something into the trash. Not a problem
>I've always been the kind of person that likes to rummage through dumps
>anyway, and this is just another manifestation.
>I'm afraid the problem with fewer messages is fewer messages, and
>considerably lower list membership, as well. That can no longer be
>publicly (function disabled last time I looked), but I see it reflected
>aspects of my work, as well.
>We're seeing some level of maturity and many of the original tweety
>have had their curiosity satisfied or became disaffected long ago.
Nowadays we
>generally know what the state of the art is and what can be
accomplished with
>existing technology. There are also now some clear winners and losers
>well as entrenched interests, which also tend to squelch the
>Applications continue to expand, but I think it will be a new crowd and
>they're either not here or not quite up to speed yet. If the problems
of price,
>ease of use, accuracy, speed and materials continue to be improved this
>be the lull before the storm.
>Storms are quite unpredictable when they're still a ways off, though.
>Ed Grenda
>Castle Island Co.
>_EdGrenda@aol.com_ ( (email)
>The Worldwide Guide to Rapid Prototyping
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