[Mailman-Users] Bounce notifications.
msapiro at value.net
Sun Nov 21 17:26:14 CET 2004
Jerry Feldman wrote:
>We run about 30 different listservs on the BLU server using Mailman
>2.1.4. We recently upgraded from an ancient release of mailman. Some of
>our listserv admins are complaining about "Uncaught bounce notification"
>messages. It appears that most of these result from delayed email
>notification to hotmail or msn subscribers.
There is a recent thread on this beginning at
>Personally, I just ignore
>them. While I have not tried this, if we disable "Should Mailman send
>you, the list owner, any bounce messages that failed to be detected by
>the bounce processor?", would that eliminate those messages. But, by
>disabling this, would the list owners lose some other important
Yes, it would eliminate delivering those "unrecognized" delayed
notifications to the list owner, but it would also eliminate
delivering all other unrecognized bounces, some of which may be SPAM
or even desired messages sent to the list-bounces address and some of
which may be real bounces in a non-standard format which should be
seen. If this is a concern, you can set VERP_DELIVERY_INTERVAL to some
non-zero value in mm_cfg.py so every nth post is VERP'd and "real"
bounces will eventually be detected.
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