On Monday 28 April 2003 13:24, Matti Aarnio wrote:
> For some reason (while I was away from network), GMX.NET servers
> have decided that vger.kernel.org is mail-bombing recipients.
Ugh, not good. Ok, I switched of that mail-bombing filter. Let's see if it=
makes a difference.
> I forwarded to you, and all other GMX.NET domain subscribers the letter
> I have already sent to email@example.com -- but you (as their
> customers) may have more weight that an external nobody, like myself...
> Most common troubles that users have are:
> - "Relaying denied" (in its many forms
> --> http://vger.kernel.org/mxverify.html )
> - "Mailbox full" (these lists are of HIGH VOLUME!)
> - DNS-lookup/connection timed out for 4+ days
> Then come various weird things, like overzealous reg-expr message
> content filters, broken MTA configurations (don't people ever
> test that their changes do work ?), etc...
Ok, I'll try contacting their support about this. That filter never was a=20
problem earlier, maybe they changed something that f*cked it up. Hey, I hav=
a paid account there, maybe they listen to me. ;)
Thanks for the quick reply.
Oliver Feiler <kiza@(kcore.de|lionking.org|gmx[pro].net)>
http://kiza.kcore.de/ <-- homepage
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