On Mon, 30 Jul 2001, Craig LeVay wrote: > No it ain't you Steve, same on my ISP which has been acting weird all > afternoon (and it is only in Pine and using unix commands). > > Could that Code Red whatsit fouling things up? It could have been something similar. There was a mail loop between two mail servers of a subscriber at cmg.nl, and at least one SMTP server there is running Microsoft software. The cbm-hackers mailing list is 100% Microsoft free, operated with Majordomo and Sendmail under a Unix system. I hope that there won't be (m)any more bounces today, now that Per removed the offending address from the list. I only got one or two bounces before I left work yesterdaty, and actually suspected the system Ruud's employer uses. However, the Received: headers indicated the real culprit, who has not otherwise posted anything to the list. Marko Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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