[Mailman-Users] Seems like a bug with Mailman 2.0
lj at mandala-designs.com
Wed Dec 27 19:48:59 CET 2000
Running Mailman 2.0 on a unix box with Python 2.0, I have been
experiencing problems when users have vacation messages
replying to my postings.
In one case a user received 300 messages because Mailman
seemed to incorrectly interpret the vacation message. A snippet is
Received: from arktouros.spdcc.com
by ngwnameserver; Wed, 20 Dec 2000 21:32:13 -0800
Received: from localhost [127.0.0.1] (HELO arktouros.spdcc.com)
by arktouros.spdcc.com (8.9.3/8.9.1) via ESMTP
id <AAA02160-kenwilber-admin at lists.shambhala.com> for
<timm at jsanet.com>;
Thu, 21 Dec 2000 00:32:26 -0500 (EST)
Date: Thu, 21 Dec 2000 00:32:26 -0500 (EST)
Message-Id: <200012210532.AAA02160 at arktouros.spdcc.com>
Subject: Mailman results for KenWilber
From: kenwilber-request at lists.shambhala.com
To: timm at jsanet.com
Sender: kenwilber-admin at lists.shambhala.com
Errors-To: kenwilber-admin at lists.shambhala.com
X-BeenThere: kenwilber at lists.shambhala.com
request at lists.shambhala.com?subject=help>
List-Post: <mailto:kenwilber at lists.shambhala.com>
request at lists.shambhala.com?subject=subscribe>
List-Id: Email List <kenwilber.lists.shambhala.com>
request at lists.shambhala.com?subject=unsubscribe>
This is an automated response.
There were problems with the email commands you sent to
the administrative address <kenwilber-
request at lists.shambhala.com>.
To obtain instructions on valid Mailman email commands, send
<kenwilber-request at lists.shambhala.com> with the word "help" in
subject line or in the body of the message.
If you want to reach the human being that manages this mailing list,
please send your message to <kenwilber-
admin at lists.shambhala.com>.
The following is a detailed description of the problems.
>>>>> Subject line ignored:
>>>>> Mailman results for KenWilber ( -Reply (out until 12/27))
Command? I'm out of the office until Wed 12/27 (or maybe Thurs
Command? Tim Messick
Command? >>> kenwilber-request 12/20/00 21:20 >>>
>>>>> Too many errors encountered; the rest of the message is
> This is an automated response.
This message seemed to get stuck in a loop and at least 300
copies of this message were delivered to the user when he returned
Is this a sendmail issue? Seem like a Mailman error. Any
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