Re: Fw: Info from Bonnie on Elias Cooley

From: Sandra Stanton <>
Date: Tue, 26 Jun 2012 19:02:38 -0700 (PDT)

My trouble was when I used the when sending a new email.  Then I remembered the address of and haven't had any trouble.  Bonnie, you might try using that. Sandy ________________________________ From: Michael Cooley <> To: John Cooley Mailing List <> Sent: Tue, June 26, 2012 4:34:35 PM Subject: Re: Fw: Info from Bonnie on Elias Cooley Actually, "" is a legit email address. The filters just don't like the Blind CC's. I'd consider that a failing of the filters except that they are merely flagging them. -Michael > I get all your emails, Bonnie. > > The "phishing" message isn't coming from the server. It's either being > generated by your ISP or your email program. And it doesn't mean that the > email bounced. They're not bouncing. It has just occurred to me what's > probably happening: > > The outgoing mail server is reformatting the header information and is > writing the "To"" field as "undisclosed.recipients" and all of the email > addresses are written as Blind CC's. Spam filters are often configured to > regard an email that has a To: field not having a legit email address with > a bunch of Blind CC's attached to it as spam--because it is a common > method used by spammers. What you're receiving is your copy of the list > email--just as everyone on the list does--but the spam filters are warning > you that the email was generated in a manner that is consistent with > methods used by spammers. > > You can adjust the filters on your email client or through your provider. > The easiest thing to do would to put the John Cooley Mailing List in your > "white list." Or you can just ignore the warning since the emails are > clearly legit. > > I probably need to rewrite the script. Creating it to send out BCC's is a > lot easier than writing it to create X number of separate emails. The > outgoing mail server does that anyway, but does it in a manner that makes > spam filters think it could be spam. > > In brief: What you're receiving is the legit list emails. The spam filter > you're using just finds its formatting suspicious. > > So...back to the Cooleys: Who are all these children found in Elias's > household in 1840? Are they his step-children? > > -Michael > >> Michael, I sent this to the list for Bonnie but don't think it went >> through as I did not receive it back. >> Jane >> ----- Original Message ----- >> From: Jane Wisdom >> To: John Cooley Mailing List >> Sent: Tuesday, June 26, 2012 3:52 PM >> Subject: Info from Bonnie on Elias Cooley >> >> >> >> ----- Original Message ----- >> From: Bonnie & Craig Lillywhite >> To: Jane Wisdom >> Sent: Tuesday, June 26, 2012 3:31 PM >> Subject: Returned "phishing" emails >> >> >> Well, I tried again but no luck getting anything through to Michael. I >> have more info on Elias Cooley. His first wife was Nancy R Bunch. They >> married 7 Jan 1852 in Chariton County, MO. Nancy md 1) a Mr Turner. The >> son listed as Clinton is really Dewitt Clinton Cooley b Jan 1861, prob >> in >> Chariton County, MO and d 22 Sep 1915 in Owasso, Tulsa, OK. >> If you could forward that to Michael, I'd appreciate that. >> I don't know what I'm doing or not doing as far as sending them from my >> computer, but it just always comes back to me marked as a "Phishing" >> email. >> Bonnie >> >> > > -- > <a href="">distlist 0.9</a> > See for list > information. > -- <a href="">distlist 0.9</a> See for list information.
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