OT: Using a fake Gmail address is probably not a good idea
On Mon, Sep 16, 2019 at 1:56 PM Skip Montanaro <skip.montanaro at gmail.com> wrote:
> Mails for someone here who goes by the handle "ast" with a fake
> address of none at gmail.com keep landing in my Gmail spam folder. I
> suspect the same is true for all people subscribed to python-list who
> use Gmail. Gmail (correctly, I think) can't verify that the mail I
> received actually originated there.
It is true for any server that is applying DMARC policies.
And having to deal with his messages is also very annoying to me.
Ast should use a proper invalid email address (E.g. anything ending in
.invalid, but there are also other reserved domains for such
purposes.) if he does not want to reveal his real address, instead of
making up a possibly valid address.