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Wed, 22 Apr 2020 22:57:25 +0200
Christian Grothoff transcribed 2.8K bytes:
> I'm the only admin, and gnunet.org intentionally permits those with a
> local account to send from any domain. As long as you don't start to
> spam, send malware, exhaust system resources, or use it for commercial
> activity, nobody really cares how you use your account there.
Okay, thanks. I forgot that gnunet.org is different than the
> Now, whether modern spam filters on the receiver's side will be happy
> with you sending from gnunet.org as netbsd.org is another story...
At least the spf records of the server indicate that this is
acceptable behavior for everyone checking for spf.
Hopefully I will find a more convenient solution, for now I'll use an
ssh tunnel to gnunet whenever I need it.
> On 4/22/20 1:19 PM, Nikita Gillmann wrote:
> > Hi,
> > who else is admin for the gnunet.org server with email admin
> > abilities (private replies only of course)? I've been out of
> > the loop for a while and since I had to shutdown my own sever
> > I require an external server to handle my NetBSD.org mail
> > because our setup is more rigged for security. I mostly care
> > about sending, receiving is just .forward on the host for now.
> > If gnunet.org could process my NetBSD emailaddress as 'from'
> > and allow me to send through that, this would be incredible
> > helpful (and it's rarely used, only for some internal
> > discussions). I don't want to just do it because asking first
> > seems like the more appropriate way.
> > Cheers