Consolidated Business & Enterprise Computing Rant Thread

Discussion in 'Business & Enterprise Computing' started by elvis, Jul 1, 2008.

  1. looktall

    looktall Working Class Doughnut

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    I spent most of today releasing mail from our filter because it likes to identify any image that even looks like bare skin as xx% probability of being porn.
    And because we deal with the HR departments of a lot of companies and we all know how much HR departments love to put images of how happy their staff are into their emails and because those images also get included in the replies being sent outwards from our guys back to their guys.... Well it's just all kinds of fucked.
     
  2. GumbyNoTalent

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    Are those staff happy because the porn filter is off? ;)

    Dear Mail Experts,

    Normal email goes out via GSuite.
    None spam / marketing mail like password resets, reciepts yada yada, go via AWS SES
    Spam / Marketing via mailchimp.

    AWS SES email is being block / marked as spam by companies using O365, any obvious things I should be looking for?

    PS - May the Fourth be with you.
     
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  3. Doc-of-FC

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    SPF + DKIM + DMARC
    https://www.dmarcanalyzer.com/dmarc/

    Get a copy of the email and inspect the header as to how O365 is treating it and why.

    I've had O365 spam bin an email with a valid SPF entry from the Cisco outbound engine due to a DNS resolution error.

    MS having a DNS issue.... Never.
     
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  4. looktall

    looktall Working Class Doughnut

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    It can't be DNS.
     
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  6. waltermitty

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    delivering mail to MSFT is giant pain in the dick, ask me how I know?

    my mailserver has every fkn thing turned on (even DANE) and I still get spambox'd by hotmail lol, no blacklists on the IP either
     
  7. tensop

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    argh, firefox has disabled all my addons
    the internet is unusable
     
  8. 2SHY

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    Someone forgot to renew the cert.

    There's a few workarounds but it's YMMV.
     
  9. cvidler

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    fuckers
     
  10. wintermute000

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    yeah and like most of us I tried to fix it by uninstalling plugins so moar work even after its fixed
     
  11. waltermitty

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    mozilla is practically dead at this point
     
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    elvis

    elvis Old school old fool

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    It still has a user base in the millions. Percentage wise certainly a minority, but far from what is consider "dead".

    It's also vitally important that the Internet doesn't end up run by an oligopoly. That includes browsers as much as any other tech. So even as a minority player, Firefox needs to continue.
     
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  13. tensop

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    google maintain an agreement for google search with firefox just to put off that antitrust juice
     
  14. shredder

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    I still find it remarkable how Chrome slid into the market.

    Was just reading the wiki about Chrome, it says Chrome started off with Google hiring some Firefox devs.
     
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    elvis Old school old fool

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    Something something Ballmer throwing chairs when devs left Microsoft for Google something.
     
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  16. Perko

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    FUCKING DEVELOPERS FUCKING DEVELOPERS etc
     
  17. GumbyNoTalent

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    FUCKING ADMINS not renewing certificate learn devoops so it's automated you lazy noncoding moguls.
     
  18. tensop

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    you mean FUCKING DEVOPs
     
  19. GumbyNoTalent

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    fixed ;)

    DevOOPS! - allowing you to fuckup on more servers instantaneously then ever before.
    DevOOPS! - giving halfassed admins, halfassed programing skills since 90s.

    PS - I include myself in the demographic.
     
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  20. NSanity

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    I know 2 people whom aren't related, but both use Opera. In 2019.
     
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