[jdom-interest] Sorry, but clueless
jhunter at xquery.com
Wed Mar 16 22:18:12 PST 2005
I've seen it too. We have only one subscriber from grit.de, "el@" whose
name seems to be Erik. I just marked that address as NOMAIL so it won't
receive list messages. That will probably stop the bounce messages from
coming to the list. el@, you can change this back via the mailman admin
tool once you fix the problem on your end -- or I'll do it if I see it's
not really your problem (i.e. the bounces keep happening even with you
marked as nomail).
Gregory S. Hill wrote:
> That *might* be the spam filter at my office. I noticed a couple of
> weeks ago that it was selecting random JDOM messages and assigning spam
> status to them. I had not realized that it was automatically
> responding, and flooding the JDOM maillist. I've been out-of-my-head
> busy, so I haven't really been paying attention to the outside world!
> My apologies. I will talk to the system administrator tomorrow, to see
> if it is us, and what to do about it.
> On Mar 16, 2005, at 6:46 PM, Per Norrman wrote:
>> I and this list have experienced messages from
>> spam at grit.de which indicates that the mail system at grit.de
>> somehow connects my mail address with spam.
>> I have no idea whatsoever why this is happening.
>> I have tried contacting people at grit.de, but so far no answer.
>> Curiously, mailing to bs at grit.de or info at grit.de does not trigger
>> their spam detectors.
>> If anyone have a clue or an idea of what's going on, please tell me.
>> Thanks, and my apologies!
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