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AOL, Yahoo, and Microsoft Emails Are Blocking SFI.org

If you are using an AOL.com, Yahoo.com, or Microsoft-based email addresses (eg: Hotmail, Outlook.com, MSN.com, etc) to communicate with anyone in SFI (most notably the Helpdesk) you will never receive our replies. Both AOL and Microsoft are actively blocking all emails with SFI.org in the sender's address or even in the body of the message.  All other email providers don't appear to be blocking at this time, we will update this message with additional information if that changes.

Until such time as SFI can convince both companies to release their block, we recommend switching to an email service that does not use AOL, Yahoo, or Microsoft-based services.

 Were you unsubscribed from SFI-L suddenly?


The SFI-L List FAQ (link at the bottom of every message to the list!) states that the only requirements to subscribe to this list are that you:

  1. Are an active STARFLEET Member in good standing;
  2. Have an e-mail address listed in the STARFLEET Online Member Database; and
  3. Use that e-mail to subscribe to the list.

If you believe that you are adhering to the above policy for access to SFI-L, we invite you to re-subscribe at the following URL:


All future subscriptions to the shall be approved by the list moderators.  Please make sure that your email address matches the one in the SFI Database. If you need to change your email address, please visit this URL:


If your email address matches, we apologize. In our attempt to adhere to list policy, it's possible this was done by mistake.  Please use the re-subscribe link above to rectify.

Should you run into any further issues, please don't hesitate to open an helpdesk ticket.

Article details

Article ID: 39

Category: Miscellaneous

Date added: 05-28-2014 18:37:25

Views : 2990

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