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'[OT] Bounce messages (was Re: PIC programming timi'
|Dmitry Kiryashov <AHA.RU> wrote: zews
> Peoples! Let us kill this robot! :(
[lengthy quote of X.400 bounce message deleted]
I put it in my .procmailrc file when it first started happening, so I've
only seen a few of them. Here's my entry:
# Worthless bounce messages some luser on the PICLIST
* ^From:.*Claudio Rachiele IW0DZG
I'm amazed that the problem hasn't been fixed yet.
Of course, the problem isn't really Claudio's fault, it is the fault of
the bozo that configured the machine on which Claudio formerly received his
email; that machine is using the wrong header to decide where to send the
bounce messages. [X.400 is evil!] And perhaps to a lesser extent the fault
of the mailing list software on MITVMA; modern mailing list software such as
SmartList can detect this condition.
I offered years ago to host the PIC mailing list on a machine that can
run decent list software with spam, bounce, and unsubscribe filtering,
and I'm still willing to do so. However, there was a resounding lack of
Claudio Rachiele IW0DZG
Status Distribution August 13, 1998 03:44:52
The message regarding "[OT] Bounce messages (was Re: PIC programming timing [OT])" sent on August 13, 1998 03:44:52 was sent by
Native Name MITVMA.MIT.EDUPICLIST
Foreign Native Name MITVMA.MIT.EDU\n\n\nINTERNETPICLIST
Name Domain NOTES
Native Name CN=Claudio Rachiele IW0DZG/OU=Italy/O=IBM@IBMIT
Foreign Native Name CN=Claudio Rachiele IW0DZG/OU=Italy/O=IBM\nIBMIT\n\n
Org Unit 1 Italy
Last Name IW0DZG
First Name Claudio
Explanation Invalid recipient
X.400 Status 769
Explanation Router: Unable to open mailbox file D14HUBM1/14/H/IBM mail.box: Remote system no longer responding
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