Mailing list & Gmail

Sam cinelerra at
Fri Jul 10 10:42:37 CEST 2020

Hi Igor,

changing the subject line by Mailman breaks the spam protection 
procedures and therefore the emails are most likely to be classified as 
spam to Google and Co. and our emails would be blocked. Reversing the 
changes would create the problems we are trying to eliminate with these 
measures. However, you can see from the sender that the emails come from 
our mailing list. If you have set up an email rule, you can change it 
from the subject line to the sender (email from), because the sender 
also contains the abbreviation Cin. With this you would have your 
desired result.


Am 10.07.20 um 09:02 schrieb Igor BEGHETTO via Cin:
> Hi Sam!
> Is it possible to see the abbreviation [Cin] in the email's object, 
> again?
> Like you, I receive some email and when I see [Cin] on an email I move 
> it in a "Arrive_Cin-GG" folder that I created.
> If [Cin] is no more added to the object it is more difficult to 
> recognize at first sight where it comes from.
> Thanks!
> IgorBeg
> Il 10/07/2020 03:09, Sam via Cin ha scritto:
>> Hi Cinelerra friends,
>> As some of you have already noticed, modifications to Mailman were 
>> necessary to get Gmail users back. To avoid spam, the major email 
>> providers use methods like SPF, DKIM and DMARC.
>> We have adapted our mailing list so that the subject line and footer 
>> are no longer changed, i.e. the abbreviation [Cin] and the old 
>> familiar footer are missing. Thus DKIM is not broken and we are not 
>> classified as spam. We have also made other changes to meet modern 
>> requirements. Furthermore, only the mailing list address appears as 
>> the sender.
>> We will gain more experience with the new procedures and if necessary 
>> we will make further optimizations. If you have any problems or other 
>> questions, please contact me.
>> Sam

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