Out of Office AutoReply: Way OT: SMTP/POP/IMAP (Whole mailser ver, actually) redundancy

Kevin Miller Kevin_Miller at CI.JUNEAU.AK.US
Mon Nov 1 17:52:39 GMT 2004

Jason Balicki wrote:
> Jan-Peter Koopmann <> wrote:
>> Did you mail it to Steve directly as well?
> So, yeah, here's the irony:
> I set this up a long time ago to automatically reply to those who
> send OOO replies, however since I always get them directly from the
> sender everything is fine, but in this case the message came THROUGH
> the mailing list, a condition I (stupidly) didn't account for.  So,
> sorry for spamming the list.  I'm hanging my head in shame,
> especially considering the subject matter.
> The filter is off until I get time to fix the conditions.
> Again, I apologize everyone.  I'll do my best to keep it from
> happening again.

Oh, I don't know - maybe your script could be the next feature edition to
MS?  As long as we're filtering annoying spam, phishing schemes, viruses,
etc. maybe a OOO message filter would be nifty...

Kevin Miller                Registered Linux User No: 307357
CBJ MIS Dept.               Network Systems Admin., Mail Admin.
155 South Seward Street     ph: (907) 586-0242
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