Ulysees Ulysees at
Fri Nov 7 12:25:43 GMT 2003

looks like somethings going wrong somewhere, I only sent the message once.
Had a trawl through the headers though and spotted that it appears to be
going to someone hosted by tls & that it's trying to repost them.
I know you're probably up to your eyes but it'd be nice if you could
identify who it was and stop em.

course you could also just be really mean and start blacklisting hosts :)


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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "L-Soft list server at JISCMAIL (1.8e)" <LISTSERV at JISCMAIL.AC.UK>
To: "No Name Available" <Ulysees at ULYSEES.COM>
Sent: Thursday, November 06, 2003 7:37 PM
Subject: Rejected posting to MAILSCANNER at JISCMAIL.AC.UK

> Your message  is being returned to  you unprocessed because it  appears to
> already  been distributed  to the  MAILSCANNER list.  That is,  a message
> identical text  (but possibly with different  mail headers) has been
posted to
> the list recently, either by you or by  someone else. If you have a good
> to resend this message to the list (for instance because you have been
> of a hardware failure with loss of  data), please alter the text of the
> in some way and  resend it to the list. Note that  altering the "Subject:"
> or adding blank  lines at the top  or bottom of the message  is not
> you should  instead add a  sentence or  two at the  top explaining why
you are
> resending the  message, so that the  other subscribers understand why
they are
> getting two copies of the same message.

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