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hi all...

the email address the email is coming from is in the field:
"List of non-member addresses whose postings should be automatically
accepted."

i just get: Your message was rejected. that's all. no explanation...
there is nothing in the logs. just rejected - that's it...

why?

thanks....

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  • Patrick Bogen at Feb 22, 2007 at 2:43 pm

    On 2/22/07, kalin mintchev wrote:
    the email address the email is coming from is in the field:
    "List of non-member addresses whose postings should be automatically
    accepted."

    i just get: Your message was rejected. that's all. no explanation...
    there is nothing in the logs. just rejected - that's it...
    There should be something in the 'vette' log indicating why the
    message was rejected. Some things to consider:

    1) Are the logs you're looking at in the right place?
    2) Is the rejection happening at the mailman level, or does your MTA
    have some sort of spam prevention?

    --
    - Patrick Bogen
  • Patrick Bogen at Feb 22, 2007 at 3:40 pm

    On 2/22/07, Baris Basar wrote:
    I have posted an e-mail to a newly created list. And i want to look at list
    archieves. And i get this message. "No messages have been posted to this
    list yet, so the archives are currently empty." And i wanna ask , what is
    MTA?
    The MTA is the piece of software responsible for actually delivering
    mail (whether that's delivery to local accounts, forwarding it on to
    mailman, or giving it to the MTA at another server). Postfix,
    Sendmail, qmail, exim, etc.

    Are you the person ('kalin mintchev') that posted the start of this thread?

    --
    - Patrick Bogen
  • Larry Stone at Feb 22, 2007 at 4:50 pm

    On Thu, 22 Feb 2007, Patrick Bogen wrote:
    On 2/22/07, Baris Basar wrote:
    I have posted an e-mail to a newly created list. And i want to look at list
    archieves. And i get this message. "No messages have been posted to this
    list yet, so the archives are currently empty." And i wanna ask , what is
    MTA?
    The MTA is the piece of software responsible for actually delivering
    mail (whether that's delivery to local accounts, forwarding it on to
    mailman, or giving it to the MTA at another server). Postfix,
    Sendmail, qmail, exim, etc.
    And if you're wondering what MTA stands for, it's Mail Transfer Agent.
    Likewise, the e-mail client that use (be it Outlook, Eudora, Pine, a
    web-mail client, any of the genericly named "Mail" programs, or anything
    else) is an MUA or Mail User Agent.

    -- Larry Stone
    lstone19 at stonejongleux.com
  • Mark Sapiro at Feb 22, 2007 at 5:20 pm

    On 2/22/07, Baris Basar wrote:
    I have posted an e-mail to a newly created list. And i want to look at list
    archieves. And i get this message. "No messages have been posted to this
    list yet, so the archives are currently empty."
    Is archiving turned on for the list?

    --
    Mark Sapiro <msapiro at value.net> The highway is for gamblers,
    San Francisco Bay Area, California better use your sense - B. Dylan

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