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family-historian@groups.io

Posted: 15 Jan 2022 10:02
by mezentia
Got this this morning:
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I've re-subscribed. My service provider is Microsoft.

Re: family-historian@groups.io

Posted: 15 Jan 2022 10:16
by ColeValleyGirl
The mailing list does not belong to FHUG so you should post address your query to the mailing list.

Re: family-historian@groups.io

Posted: 15 Jan 2022 10:50
by tatewise
I have moved this to the Genealogy News Forum as it is not to do with the FHUG and certainly not an FH General Usage issue.

BTW: Others have been reporting the same issue in the Email Forum, and using Resume Subscription works.

Re: family-historian@groups.io

Posted: 17 Jan 2022 15:40
by Jane
Just for information, I suspect groups.io does this as if a user (or a provider) marks a message as Spam, services like Amazons delivery service mark down the sender and may black list them completely.

So as soon as a message is sent to a spam folder by anyone, it can have knock on affects for a lot of people.

It is a common problem with any email lists as some people instead of unsubscribing from a list start reporting the messages as spam.