[Mailman-Users] Re-enabling users who exceed the bouncethreshold

Brad Knowles brad at stop.mail-abuse.org
Thu Oct 5 09:19:30 CEST 2006

At 11:06 AM +0900 10/5/06, <stephen at xemacs.org> wrote:

>  > Then each subsequent mail found a 'cached' block and was itself
>  > blocked and also updated the cache expiration. When I stopped
>  > sending for over a week, the cached entry finally expired.
>  This would be a serious violation of cache semantics, though.  If the
>  bug occurred at the DNS level, AT&T would have been in a world of pain.

Yeah, but during the years I was working at AOL, I frequently saw all 
sorts of really bizarre stuff that AT&T was doing, and I would not be 
at all surprised if they actually did exactly what Mark suggested.

There are other ways to explain the same kind of behaviour, but I 
certainly wouldn't put it past them.

Brad Knowles, <brad at stop.mail-abuse.org>

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