[Micronet] Yahoo Messages Rejected from Mailing Lists

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[Micronet] Yahoo Messages Rejected from Mailing Lists

Ist-Comm Departmental
Good morning,

Yahoo messages are no longer accepted by campus mailing lists. Yahoo accounts will still receive mailing list postings but will not be able to post or reply. 

Yahoo recently implemented a DMARC (Domain­based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance) “reject” policy that can break campus mailing lists. This anti­phishing policy requires most major email service providers to reject or “bounce” messages that say they are from a Yahoo email address but are coming from somewhere else (in this case, @lists.berkeley.edu). If messages are rejected, email addresses may be disabled from the mailing list.

To learn more read the iNews article or visit the bConnected site

If you have questions call 510-664-9000, Press (1,2,5) or email [hidden email].

Regards,
IT Communications

 
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