At 1:36 AM -0500 2/2/1997, Stan Ryckman wrote:
>Well, here *is* a "fresh horror from AOL," and it has little or
>nothing to do with its users' cluefulness.
>Saturday my list just got three bounces from AOL for the *same* message
>to the *same* user (as shown by Message-ID and Received headers going
>into AOL via emin27.mail.aol.com). The bounces came from:
I don't believe these machines are in production yet. If you're
getting bounces from them, my guess is that some machine on the
sending end is horribly misconfigured, or it pointing at a nameserver
that has a horribly corrupted cache (I've seen quite a few messages
flowing through or attempting to flow through machines that weren't
advertised anywhere and weren't ready or available for general
production, and from a variety of sources).
If you send copies of all of the relevant mail messages (the
original plus the bounces from each of these machines) to my work
email address (KnowlesB @
net), I'll take a look at them tomorrow
and see what I can find.
Brad Knowles, MIME/PGP: brad @
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