[Mailman-Users] non-member post slips through to list
mikeraz at patch.com
Tue May 3 21:42:30 CEST 2005
This morning two non-member emails were delivered to a list.
The log message about the list says:
May 03 04:03:01 2005 (13810) post to brewcrew from mfyepizou at domica.com, size=3206, message-id=<FEDFF0A8.80F5.11D6-B6AD.3660ECC06 at ferleger.com>, success
The vette log shows the system is still working - at least for other lists.
Worse yet the reply to goes to me and some users take that to mean I'm the spammer.
Anyone have an idea of how this could have happened?
the header from the email in question:
>From mfyepizou at domica.com Tue May 3 04:01:50 2005
Return-Path: <mfyepizou at domica.com>
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for <mfyepizou at domica.com>; Tue, 03 May 2005 04:54:37 -0700
Message-Id: <FEDFF0A8.80F5.11D6-B6AD.3660ECC06 at ferleger.com>
Date: Tue, 03 May 2005 15:57:37 +0400
From: "Angelica Rose" <mfyepizou at domica.com>
To: <mikeraz at patch.com>
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Subject: [Brewcrew] new, better then ever
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