On 6 Oct 2001 at 15:32, Russell Cattelan wrote:
> Hard to tell exactly what is going on.
Like I said, it looks like the system of a certain
<cymax@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> is to blame. For emphasis, a much more condensed
snippet of Received headers from a randomly selected message in the list
will show where the loop occurs:
Received: from defiant.cymax.com.au (co3030476-a.rochd1.qld.optushome.com.au
by oss.sgi.com (8.11.2/8.11.3) with SMTP id f96Nw8D32454
for <linux-xfs@xxxxxxxxxxx>; Sat, 6 Oct 2001 16:58:08 -0700
Received: from defiant.cymax.com.au ([192.168.70.2]) by defiant.cymax.com.au
with Microsoft SMTPSVC(5.0.2195.2096);
Sun, 7 Oct 2001 10:00:27 +1000
Received: by defiant.cymax.com.au (Microsoft Connector for POP3 Mailboxes
5.00.2195) with SMTP (Global POP3 Download) id
Sun, 7 Oct 2001 10:00:12 +1000
Received: by smartchat.net.au (mbox cymax)
(with Cubic Circle's cucipop (v1.31a 1998/05/13) Sun Oct 7 09:53:37
X-From_: owner-linux-xfs@xxxxxxxxxxx Sun Oct 7 01:31:34 2001
Received: from oss.sgi.com (oss.sgi.com [188.8.131.52])
by entoo.connect.com.au (Postfix) with ESMTP id CBCB9DE263
for <cymax@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>; Sun, 7 Oct 2001 01:31:33 +1000 (EST)
Who are we supposed to contact for such "emergencies" (where IMHO we
should kick out the erring user with a decent message telling him/her to
fix his/her mailbox before re-subscribing)? Is
<owner-linux-xfs@xxxxxxxxxxx> a proper venue for such grievances?
I know I'm "clogging up the system" with more mail by sending to it (thus
it will loop and loop and loop and ......). But it looks like this
person's box isn't that fast so the flood is ... painful but bearable for
now. It's just that while I know which developer to get in touch with, I
don't know who the list administrator is.
Federico Sevilla III :: jijo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Network Administrator :: The Leather Collection, Inc.
GnuPG Key: <http://jijo.leathercollection.ph/jijo.gpg>