OT - JISCmail listserv oddity

Martin Hepworth martinh at SOLID-STATE-LOGIC.COM
Fri Nov 5 17:23:01 GMT 2004

Martin Sapsed wrote:
> Martin Hepworth wrote:
>> nope, was definitely to the mailscanner list
> OK - apparently Julian's seen it before - the listserv tries to spot
> messages which should have been sent to listserv@ but were actually sent
> to the list.
>> had another funny yesterday when it accused me of sending the same
>> message twice.
> I got the same this afternoon - someone's mail server is looping -
> they've been notified and their delivery disabled.
>  > maybe they should move off this M$ and listserve stuff to mailman and
>  > *nix :-0
> It's quite a large operation. I'm fairly sure they looked at the
> alternatives before deciding on listserv.
> Cheers,
> Martin

yeah - guess they wanted 'support' from M$ and listserv (this freeware
stuff is definitely not worth installing in a large production
environment (cough:-)

mind you given the recent 'mirror.ac.uk' change I guess it's consistent
I guess.

Martin Hepworth
Snr Systems Administrator
Solid State Logic
Tel: +44 (0)1865 842300


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