[Mailman-Users] bounce logs messages
scottrus at raleigh.ibm.com
Thu Mar 9 20:10:44 CET 2000
Ashley / All -
Okay, this helps a bit. I also am using the CVS version from week 02/23/00. I didn't see any
of these messages until March 6th, 2wks after I used add_members to subscribe people to the
list. (I didn't use the web interface.)
I saw one of these messages on the 6th, three on the 8th, and more than 25 on the 9th (today).
I'm was looking for more patterns and notice this:
Mar 09 03:19:47 2000 (18491) ibm-linux-tech: joe_user at us.ibm.com - 2 more allowed over
Mar 09 04:25:16 2000 (20501) ibm-linux-tech: joe_user at us.ibm.com - 0 more allowed over
What's caught my eye here is that this user went from 2 more allowable bounces to 0 allowable
bounces over the last hour. What happend to 1 more allowable?
Here are my bounce settings for this list. I've verified that I do not get more than 20msgs
per hour by checking the time stamps in the archives.
Min days an addr has been Unreachable: 5
Min posts to list since first bounce before removal: 3
Max msgs list gets in an hour: 20
Action when crit / excessive bounces detected: Disable and Notify
Question: Does anyone know how to reset these counters for all users on a list? Perhaps
through the withlist shell?
On Thu, Mar 09, 2000 at 06:36:35PM +0100, Ashley Penney wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 09, 2000 at 12:25:05PM -0500, Scott Russell spoketh:
> : Ashley -
> : Maybe you could clairify the issue for me? I see these messages in my bounce log but according
> : to my maillog best I can tell is these users are still gettting mail. Do you know what it is
> : these messages mean? What exactly are you seeing??
> Basically I added a bunch of users to a mailing list (rather than having
> them subscribe themselfs. Now when I try to send mail, only I (the first
> listed address) actually gets the mail, the rest get that weird bounce
> error, and *don't* recieve the mail. That was the big difference..
> Mar 04 09:44:42 2000 (30932) Chat: sabri at vuurwerk.nl - 0 more allowed over 311388 secs
> That's the errors I get, but for all other users.
> I have no idea what they mean, or why I get them. 1.1 never did this, but
> CVS seems to. I had to move from 1.1 because it wouldn't close the scripts
> after sending.
> Mailman has huge potential, and I'd love to be able to use it at the place
> I start work on Monday, but unless a developer or someone can tell me this
> was a known problem, and has been fixed, I can't. Which is a shame. :(
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Scott Russell (scottrus at raleigh.ibm.com)
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