[Mailman-Users] AOL subscriber bounces

Jon Carnes jonc at nc.rr.com
Thu Jan 9 15:10:22 CET 2003

You would have to modify the source to handle this special situation

The bounce given has a specific code associated with it (or at least it
should).  You could use that code to scan the message in the Bounce
module of Mailman and then redirect the bounce as appropriate. 

You might want to simply setup a filter on your own mail and dump
these.  Your option.
On Wed, 2003-01-08 at 13:41, Ed Greenberg wrote:
> I have this problem too, though it's not severe, and frankly, the guy being 
> blocked is moderately awful, so would be pretty bad to a less insensitive 
> person than myself :)
> I prefer that they can block each other, since it keeps them from 
> responding to each other and flaming. I also would rather though that the 
> sender got the bounce, so that he would know he was being dissed :)
> So I'm also interested in the answer. Currently running 2.0.?? but 
> migrating to 2.1 as we speak :)
> </edg>
> > If it was my list, I would just write the AOL users and ask them to
> > remove the block, and if they don't you'll have to unsubscribe them.
> >
> > --
> > Raquel
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