[OSList] Are we bugged?
harold at shinsato.com
Sat Oct 31 09:34:08 PDT 2020
I'm having severe problems with Google mail, and I no longer trust
Google (for many reasons). They have at times sorted my emails into the
spam folder for unknown reasons. I discovered yesterday Google blocked
one of my shinsato.com emails, even though my harold at shinsato.com is a
validated email address for Gmail!!! I am in the process of
disconnecting from Google, which is painful and slow as they do have
excellent industry leading products. But I believe they are abusing
Even so, Google is a behemoth that can't be ignored. My solution is not
a solution everyone can employ. So I will do what I can.
Many years ago, I made the domain for the OSList a Google Verified one.
But they still are judging us, and it looks like the judgement is
getting ever worse. A couple weeks ago I added SSL to openspacetech.org,
and clearly that did not help.
It might be that our links are not SSL links. Maybe that will help. I've
sent a request to DreamHost. I'll keep trying things. But I'm not sure
Google will be happy unless we abandon the OSList and switch to a Google
On 10/28/20 10:16 AM, doug via OSList wrote:
> Sounds like someone spammed the list and that got caught by the
> filters these services set up.
> Harold, is it possible it goes away on its own?
> :- Doug.
> On 10/28/20 5:15 AM, Csaba Lengyel via OSList wrote:
>> Also Gmail does the same thing 😢
>> Sylwia Myszka-Szyszka via OSList <oslist at lists.openspacetech.org
>> <mailto:oslist at lists.openspacetech.org>> ezt írta (időpont: 2020.
>> okt. 27., K, 18:25):
>> The same for me. All messages land in the SPAM folder and on the top
>> of each message there is a huge red alert, saying: This message is
>> dangerous. It contains a link that was used for personal data theft.
>> Do not open any links in this message and do not share your personal
>> Does anyone know what to do with it?
>> niedz., 25 paź 2020 o 15:03 Harrison Owen via OSList
>> <oslist at lists.openspacetech.org> napisał(a):
>> My Norton goes crazy if I get near OSLIST. What's up?
harold at shinsato.com <mailto:harold at shinsato.com>
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