When I subscribe to any of the Gentoo mailing lists, the confirmation email
I get seems to be always treated as SPAM. One example is attached, along
with the result of razor-check -d. You can get your own by sending an email
to gentoo-user+subscribe@... I also ran razor-check on
another server which I did not configure, just to make sure it is no stupid
error on my side.
How can this happen? Please excuse my ignorance - I am a happy razor user
for years, but did not dig into details of how it works. I just installed
it and it seemed to work just fine. I was under the impression that it only
reports mails that have been reported by a human as SPAM - well, mails that
have the same hash as such a mail, but those hashes should be quite unique
I guess. But these confirmation mails have my email address in the body, so
noone could possibly have reported this as SPAM. And now that I checked the
logs, I found another mail from today that is a false positive. It came
from the Fedora mailing list, and a reply to it was also marked as SPAM. I
also attached those mails.
So, what's wrong with these mails?
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