Is Gmail about to make our
@ubuntu.com email aliases useless?
Tonight I sent two emails from
firstname.lastname@example.org, and they were both blocked since some google server considered my message to be “likely unsolicited mail”. When resending via the same ISP, but using another email address whose domain has an SPF record, they seem to have made it to the recipents.
I can’t recall I have seen this before. Has Gmail been more restrictive recently? Or has
@ubuntu.com ended up in some blacklist?
Anyone else who have stumbled upon this problem?
It’s of course not possible to manage an SPF record for
ubuntu.com, but maybe some other authentication method is available (have never used anything beyond SPF).