[Mailman-Users] many "Subscription disabled" messages after movinglist to new server
andrew.b.watson at nasa.gov
Wed Jan 13 00:38:13 CET 2010
The bounce notices I get look legitimate. They typically include something like:
Reason: Remote SMTP server has rejected address
Diagnostic code: smtp;550 <albert at cvc.uab.es>... User unknown
Mailman's smtp-failure log contains many instances of lines like this (edited, vsadmin at mysite.com is the list administrator)
Jan 12 20:48:44 2010 (70977) Low level smtp error: Connection unexpectedly closed, msgid: <mailman.1063.1263328366.70976.visionlist at mysite.com >
Jan 12 20:48:45 2010 (70977) delivery to vsadmin at mysite.com failed with code -1: Connection unexpectedly closed
There are also a few like this:
Jan 12 20:02:54 2010 (70977) Low level smtp error: (48, 'Address already in use'), msgid: <mailman.561.1263325634.70976.visionlist at mysite.com >
Jan 12 20:02:54 2010 (70977) delivery to visionlist-owner at mysite.com failed with code -1: (48, 'Address already in use')
These log messages commenced on Jan 12 (today).
On Jan 12, 2010, at 1:23 PM, Mark Sapiro wrote:
> Andrew Watson wrote:
>> I recently moved a list to a new host, but retained the domain name.
>> After many travails, and help from this list, I got my list working.
>> After about a week of function, I am suddenly getting many "Subscription disabled" messages (about 10% of the 4411 subscribers, so far, but still growing as I write).
>> It is possible that these are legitimate, and these really are bad addresses, and that in the move of the list my bounce processing options changed to be more stringent. Current they are:
>> bounce_score_threshold= 5.0
>> But it seems likely that this is bogus, and good addresses are being disabled (especially if this grows to 100% of subscribers!)
>> Has anyone experienced a similar problem?
> bounce_notify_owner_on_disable=yes so you should get a notice for each
> disable containing a copy of the triggering DSN. What does it say?
> Does it look legitimate?
> Also, what if anything do you see in Mailman's smtp-failure log?
> Mark Sapiro <mark at msapiro.net> The highway is for gamblers,
> San Francisco Bay Area, California better use your sense - B. Dylan
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