[Mailman-Users] ATT addresses

Mark Sapiro msapiro at value.net
Sat Mar 5 20:18:32 CET 2005

Prof DA Wahlstrom wrote:
>I have a list running for those interested in Swedish genealogy. I
>started it in 1996 an most recently have been running it on Mailman.
>Last month, I changed vendors and was very proud of myself for being
>able to get Mailman and the list running again.
>However, I seem to have a problem with subscribers with 'at att.com'
>addresses. They tell me they are no longer getting any messages.
>I do not know much about this stuff and don't even know where to look
>for an explanation let along a fix.

One likely possibility is att.com is blocking mail from your new host.
which is primarily about AOL but has relevant information.

A less likely possibility is some kind of connectivity problem between
your new host and att.com. Check Mailman's 'bounce' log to see if
there are any bounces from these addresses (assuming bounce processing
is turned on).

Mark Sapiro <msapiro at value.net>       The highway is for gamblers,
San Francisco Bay Area, California    better use your sense - B. Dylan

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