|From:||David G. Durand <david@...>|
|Date:||Friday, July 30, 1999, 18:52|
These old messages reflect an experience some of you have semi-regularly.
Every message that bounces from LISTSERV ends up in my mailbox. When I get
more than a certain number, indicating that the bounces are likely to
continue, I set nomail or unsubscribe the offending address, depending on
whether the condition appears to be permanent or temporary. The unfortunate
thing is that when mail delivery is broken, there's no way to notify a
subscriber that this has happened, so it's not infrequently puzzling to
The nature of this event is that there is no easy way to notify y
From: Steg Belsky <draqonfayir@...>
>I just got back from my Senior Trip to Boston last night and got swamped
>with about 250 messages, almost all from Conlang.
>And then today i suddenly became not on the list anymore, and had to
>Has this kind of unexpected cancellation happened to anyone else?
From: Josh Roth <Fuscian@...>
>That's happened to me too. I think maybe it has something to do with having
>too much stuff in your mailbox and emails bouncing?
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