I'm going to do what I should have from the beginning and disable all types of emails except something really basic like: new join request, delayed publishing failed, etc. why? I'm staring at about 80 bounced emails
anyone had experience reversing this? the last time I reversed something like this it was a google blacklisted a domain, but this is different.
and before you tell me to just use the smtp mailer that's not really a solution, and neither is changing my static IP. read on, because this is something that affects all of us, given the current dynamics of the default settings. it would be good to adopt some kind of best practices around this and incorporate them into the roadmap.
anyone wanna chime in and tell me their thoughts on this situation?
Because unfortunately for most people, they will mark an endless stream of emails as spam, rather than figure out where to turn them off. ..Obviously, this causes issues not only with retention, but bounced emails on the admin end, extra time deleting them, and can be entirely avoided by adopting some kind of sensible metrics for the default set of emails una sends, instead of "oh hai, look a firehose! let me drink from it," :-D
what would be nice is to find the RFC that addresses the email / CANSPAM draft spec from the iEEE, so I can figure out how to modify my installation to be more in line with that, because while we all probably hate hotmail and msn equally, those places are not run by incompetent engineers, and their rules have blocked emails from una.. soooo....