[Mailman-Users] Message discarded...why?

Jon Carnes jonc at nc.rr.com
Tue Mar 9 03:35:46 CET 2004

You should be able to look in your MTA logs and see the message from:
20040308131542.18A8F2AB26 at ws1-7.us4.outblaze.com

And tell what address she was actually using.  Check to see if this
address is subscribed to the list and if it is set to moderate.

You can also have her cc you directly on her next list posting.  That
should let you check on her address as well as any header abnormalities
that may accompany her email posts.

Good luck - Jon Carnes

On Mon, 2004-03-08 at 10:31, David wrote:
> Hello gurus,
> I have searched the archives and I didn't find an answer for a strange
> behavior at one of my Mailman lists.
> A member is subscribed to the digest version of my list. She gets all the
> mail to the list, but can't post.
> I can see in my logs that the message is delivered from Postfix to Mailman.
> She is also able to post a private message to me from her address
> Her messeges to the list are discarded. This is the latest entry in my vette
> log:
> Mar 08 14:15:46 2004 (837) Message discarded, msgid:
> <20040308131542.18A8F2AB26 at ws1-7.us4.outblaze.com>
> The server is running Mailman 2.1.4 on a RedHat 7.3 box.
> The user is using a http://www.mail.com/ address. It's a pretty bad service,
> but I can't understand why Mailman discards her e-mails.
> There is no bounce messege back to her from my server. I'm stuck.
> Any clues?
>  Blue Skies,
>  /David
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