[Mailman-Users] messages getting auto discarded
james at dorydesign.com
Sat Feb 17 03:36:19 EST 2018
Thanks for your help Mark.. I think your last sentence nailed it.
On Fri, Feb 16, 2018 at 11:18 PM, Mark Sapiro <mark at msapiro.net> wrote:
> On 02/16/2018 11:55 PM, Jim Dory wrote:
> > We are on Mailman 2.1.23. CPanel version.
> > Here is a typical auto discard vette log entry from a guy who isn't
> > subscribed on the particular email he used, but is on other email
> > Feb 16 18:13:35 2018 (1341) Message discarded, msgid: <
> > CALKxJoSAAhuBCRZCmmbWFpsrCjdZPwiwy--N95_1BDk4kniMGw at mail.gmail.com>'
> > list: Nome-announce,
> > handler: Moderate
> This is a normal non-member discard. it is either because the non-member
> address is in discard_these_nonmembers or not in any *_these_nonmembers
> and generic_nonmember_action is Discard.
> > This message went to a nome-announce.bounces "Auto discard notification"
> > can actually see the message in that notification.
> Right. I forgot about forward_auto_discards.
> > What has changed in the last month or two is when a non-member used to
> > to post, I would get a nome-announce-bounces "Nome-announce post from
> > someone at nome.net requires approval" and the message would be "Post to a
> > moderated list".
> That should only happen if the post is from a member whose mod bit is
> set and member_moderation_action is Hold.
> > In that case I could then go into the administrative
> > interface "Tend to pending moderator requests" and review who had tried
> > post and act on it one way or another. If it was a local non-spam email I
> > could write to the person and tell them to subscribe and give
> > or to use their subscribed email account.
> What you are describing is more like a post being held because
> generic_nonmember_action is Hold, but then the reason is 'Post by
> non-member to a members-only list'
> > But now it seems like if anyone
> > tries to post with an unsubscribed account, I don't see them unless I go
> > through the (up to) hundreds of "Auto discard notification"s. So I'm
> > thinking now it isn't to do with any of my spam filters because I haven't
> > touched them for several months.. except I did add that ^parsons at nome
> > last entry in the sender filters not too long ago.
> It has nothing to do with your spam filters. I think you, perhaps
> inadvertently, changed Privacy options... -> Sender filters ->
> generic_nonmember_action from Hold to Discard.
> 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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