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Dear EmailRules Community,

L-Soft introduced the industry's only no-compromise solution after Yahoo, followed by AOL, implemented aggressive DMARC policies over the past several weeks that created giant headaches and widespread outcry. With no advance warning, list administrators have had to resort to a variety of circumventions, from giving all Yahoo and AOL subscribers the boot to putting the list address in the "From" field, thus causing all private replies to be broadcast to the list without warning and inviting mail clients to submit out-of-office messages to the entire list.  

The solution that LISTSERV(R) Inventor and L-Soft Founder and CEO Eric Thomas created for LISTSERV does not require anyone to make compromises or lose any functionality – not even the Yahoo and AOL subscribers.

"Once you install the update, everything works just like it did before the DMARC debacle; incoming Yahoo and AOL addresses are automatically rewritten to local addresses that can receive private replies and forward them to the original poster," Thomas said.

Find out more:
http://www.lsoft.com/news/2014/listserv160-2014a-us.asp

Read Internet experts' perspectives:

John Levine: http://www.circleid.com/posts/20140408_yahoo_addresses_a_security_problem_by_breaking_every_mailing_list/

John Klensin: http://www.ietf.org/mail-archive/web/ietf/current/msg87777.html

We invite you to share your experience with these recently implemented DMARC p=reject policies, the effects they have had on your email lists and how you have been handling the situation.

Best Regards,
Susan Brown Faghani
L-Soft Marketing

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