[Mailman-Users] Bounce processing

Trevor Dodds mailman at johncom.net
Wed Aug 1 13:08:58 CEST 2007


My bounce processing is set to:

The maximum member bounce score before the member's subscription is
disabled. This value can be a floating point number.  3.0
The number of days after which a member's bounce information is
discarded, if no new bounces have been received in the interim. This
value must be an integer.  4
How many Your Membership Is Disabled warnings a disabled member should
get before their address is removed from the mailing list. Set to 0 to
immediately remove an address from the list once their bounce score
exceeds the threshold. This value must be an integer.  2
The number of days between sending the Your Membership Is Disabled
warnings. This value must be an integer. 2

The problem is that on the 25 July I had 2000 users accounts set to
disabled as they reached the threshold of 3.0 warning emails were sent
out. Nothing has happened since no second warning message also the
accounts haven't been unsubscribed. 

Is there anything I can check to see why this process is not working?

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