I don't think that this is a majordomo thing. Blacklisting usually
consists of the ip that is distributing the mails. I have been using
majordomo since the 90's and have never been blacklisted by anyone
including the 3 isp's you mentioned below. Actually a high volume of my
list is consists of aol, yahoo, hotmail, gmail, etc. I also noticed that
when I installed dkim milter that the few problems I did have went away.
Alot of these places you may be talking of may be assuming its spam. Even
if what I speak is not the case, try dkim milter and/or domainkeys. Its
all free and does help with the spam senario.
On Wed, 9 Jun 2010, Joey Kelly wrote:
> I have a large announcement list (over 15k subscribers) that I'm trying to
> migrate to Majordomo, and I'm getting blacklisted by several large ISPs:
> Yahoo: 3066 addresses
> AOL: 2346 addresses
> Hostmail: 1374 addresses
> ...et cetera.
> I get several errors, but the most obvious one is that I'm sending to too many
> recipients at one time.
> mailq (postfix) tells me that I have about 8k outbound recipients sitting in
> my queue, every time I try to send to the list. Begging to get off the
> various blacklists only gets me blacklisted again as soon at the postfix
> tries to flush the queue.
> Joey Kelly
> Minister of the Gospel and Linux Consultant