[ExI] brexit quick question
giulio at gmail.com
Tue Jul 12 19:38:15 UTC 2016
Strange, I will report a bug to protonmail. I am transitioning from
gmail to protonmail, but I guess there are still a few problems to be
On Tue, Jul 12, 2016 at 7:35 PM, BillK <pharos at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 12 July 2016 at 17:37, Giulio Prisco <giulioprisco at protonmail.ch> wrote:
>> This is my understanding as well, but ignoring the results of the referendum
>> would really be a slap in the face of democracy, as British politicians of
>> both camps have noted. The people would completely lose faith in the
>> democratic process, which is the worse possible outcome.
>> Giulio Prisco
>> giulioprisco at protonmail.ch
> Gmail put your message in my Spam folder.
> Why is this message in Spam? It has a from address in protonmail.ch
> but has failed protonmail.ch's required tests for authentication.
> Gmail gives more detail:
> Spammers can forge a message to make it look like it's sent by a real
> website or company that you might trust. To help protect you from such
> messages, Google tries to verify the real sender using email
> The authentication process tries to verify the real sender by looking
> at a message's authentication data. This data should be included in a
> message's "signed-by" or "mailed-by" headers (shown beneath the
> subject line when you look at a message's details). When the sender
> doesn't include this data, we can't be sure whether or not the message
> was forged. For example, a message might claim to be from a Gmail
> address, but we can't confirm that claim if the message doesn't have
> authentication data.
> This may be an Exi list problem if the authentication data is removed
> or scrambled before forwarding to the list.
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