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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/5] Enable CONFIG_NODES_SPAN_OTHER_NODES by default for NUMA
On Jun 26 08:28, Linus Torvalds wrote:
> This is not a comment on the patch series itself, it is a comment on the emails.
> Your email is mis-configured and ends up all being marked as spam for
> me, because you go through the wrong smtp server (or maybe your smtp
> server itself is miconfigured)
> All your emails fail dmarc, because the "From" header is
>, but the DKIM signature is for

It appears Microsoft enables DKIM by default, but does so using keys
advertised at * domains, and our IT folks didn't
initially notice this. We believe we've rectified the situation, so
please let us know if our emails (including this one) continue to be an

> End result: it wil all go into the spam box of anybody who checks DKIM.

Interestingly, *some* receiving mail servers (at least were
reporting DKIM/DMARC pass for emails sent directly from our domain
(though not those sent through a mailing list), which I believe allowed
our IT to falsely think they had everything configured correctly.


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