[Mailman-Developers] Maybe you guys can help me
brad.knowles at skynet.be
Tue May 4 06:56:39 EDT 2004
At 10:06 AM +0100 2004/05/04, Nigel Metheringham wrote:
> They should not do this if the mail is marked as "low priority" - ie
> Precedence set to values like "list" or "junk". It could be worth
> talking to panix about this.
I believe that I had seen and responded to his previous posting
on mailman-users. IIRC, Panix isn't about to change how they do
anything. Nor is the recipient ISP. And the user refuses to move to
a different ISP.
> * Filter the delay warnings before they hit mailman by using an
> MTA filter of some form.
IIRC, Paul is using an ISP where he has no control over the MTA,
and he's not about to change ISPs to a place where he might have more
control over this.
Having eliminated virtually every reasonable alternative, he
either has to hack the Python code to avoid treating a warning as an
error, or the user drops off the mailing list. I see no other
I seem to recall that I have previously said more or less the
same thing to him.
Brad Knowles, <brad.knowles at skynet.be>
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