Tracking task for the actual deployment.
|operations/mediawiki-config : master||Install bouncehandler extension everywhere ( including wikipedias )|
|Open||None||T99444 Valid email address was unconfirmed for temporary spam blacklisting|
|Resolved||None||T104871 Mails from tools are being marked as 'spam' by gmail|
|Invalid||None||T54915 HTML email notifications caught by spam filters|
|Declined||chasemp||T61731 mailman emails taking long time for delivery, getting stuck in sodium|
|Resolved||chasemp||T58414 Get mail relay out of Yahoo! blacklist: apply to Yahoo for whitelisting bulk mail|
|Open||None||T58062 Notify user of mail bounces|
|Resolved||01tonythomas||T48640 Add proper email bounce handling to MediaWiki (with VERP)|
|Resolved||01tonythomas||T92877 Deploy BounceHandler everywhere (adding in wikipedias)|
It's fine :) @Jgreen is on vacs this whole week, and the week of March 23rd looks perfect.
The bouncehandler extension would alter the 'Return-Path' header of all emails sent out from wikis ( after this change ) so that bounces would come back all the way till polonium. Currently, polonium HTTP post's the bounce email to the 'bouncehandler' API of test2wikipedia, from where the user would be un-subscribed ( if the number of bounces received > 5 in a week ) from appropriate wiki-user db, or from CA. Currently its installed in group1 wikis, expect the wikipedias, and running good.
The immediate user impact would be negligible, considering that only a header from received emails would change