i will post examples if/when this happens then for better clarificastion unless groups.io is uniqe to asterisk ?

being an isp mailing lists / open systems are the first to get hacked !

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On 1/4/2024 7:21 AM, Joshua C. Colp wrote:
On Thu, Jan 4, 2024 at 8:07 AM Paul Kudla <p...@scom.ca <mailto:p...@scom.ca>> wrote:

    because the sender address (what a spam filter or in my case tmda would

    is : bou...@groups.io <mailto:bou...@groups.io>

    which is a universal email sending address from groups.io
    <http://groups.io> (ie their mail

    currently you are using : asterisk-dev@lists.digium.com

    which is unique to Asterisk.

Okay, so you are saying that theoretically because it is a shared domain name someone could theoretically receive spam from that domain name in the future causing a deliverability issue for them for the new asterisk-dev mailing list? I don't foresee that being an issue but if it becomes one then I will investigate.

Joshua C. Colp
Director of Engineering | Asterisk Project Lead
Sangoma Technologies
Check us out at www.sangoma.com <http://www.sangoma.com> and www.asterisk.org <http://www.asterisk.org>

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