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1999\06\22@135047 by Mark Willis

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AIEEE!!  (Deja Post here.  I'm sending 3-4 messages a day, at least,
all on this same subject <G>)

 I'll post this to the whole list, and (I hope!) get this over with!

 Offender's been nuked, as I said.  To the whole list, several times
now <G>

 If you READ the message - it clearly says,
> > will keep trying for 5 days.
 - That means you can expect about 3 more days of these, from the same
messages that you've been getting these from in the past.  (I cannot do
anything more about those; at least we won't get more, simultaneous
messages in the future, about even more piled-up backlog of messages
hanging around on servers waiting to be delivered to someone who isn't
bothering to get their e-mail!)

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> > exact) I get a WARNING MESSAGE.  "Could not deliver mail to
> > spam_OUTkanneTakeThisOuTspammindspring.com, will keep trying for 5 days."  This is

 Mark (cranky & stiff after closing a storage locker yesterday, good to
have that DONE!)

1999\06\22@135856 by Andy Kunz

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At 10:49 AM 6/22/99 -0700, you wrote:
>AIEEE!!  (Deja Post here.  I'm sending 3-4 messages a day, at least,
>all on this same subject <G>)

Er, uh, sorry Mark.

Andy
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  Andy Kunz - http://www.montanadesign.com - .....andyKILLspamspam@spam@montanadesign.com
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1999\06\22@143623 by Mark Willis

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Andy Kunz wrote:
>
> At 10:49 AM 6/22/99 -0700, you wrote:
> >AIEEE!!  (Deja Post here.  I'm sending 3-4 messages a day, at least,
> >all on this same subject <G>)
>
> Er, uh, sorry Mark.
>
> Andy

 Hey, I volunteered (Well, actually, WAS volunteered in retaliation for
bugging Jory on anti-SPAM measures <G>)

 Right now I'm a little stressed (Robin's Service Dog, Zeuss, had a toe
tumor removed yesterday, if anyone wants to see a picture of Zeuss with
Kali (one cat) atop him, and another (Shiva) next to his face, snuggling
to help him warm up & recover from shock - I'll pop it up on
http://www.nwlink.com/~mwillis/ someplace, later today (This evening
probably) - file it as zeusscat.jpg or something- But that's getting way
OT!)  Zeuss just rolls his eyes at Kali & gives in & goes to sleep for
an hour as they do this;  I think my cats accept Zeuss pretty well.

 One-line summary of this month so far:

 In the immortal words from the movie "Continental Divide",
"How was YOUR day?"  <EG>

 Mark

1999\06\22@145453 by Andy Kunz

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>tumor removed yesterday, if anyone wants to see a picture of Zeuss with
>Kali (one cat) atop him, and another (Shiva) next to his face, snuggling

So many gods...

Cats _do_ tend to think of themselves in this way, I think.  So tell me, is
Kali really destructive?  Or just "all hands" <G>?

Andy

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1999\06\22@153812 by Tim Hamel

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I'm sorry Mark, wasn't really asking for a solution or a "why does this
happen?"  Just wondering if it was happening to anyone else.  I know it's
just a "return-to-sender" type mail.  Couldn't you temporarily unsubscribe
this person to prevent further bounces?


Thanks again,

Tim Hamel

1999\06\22@154640 by Mark Willis

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Again, he's already unsubbed (until he gets back to the habit of
picking up his mail.)  The messages already in the pipeline for the days
before he was unsubscribed are still hanging around in the mail stream,
trying to be sent on to him, and will keep trying to get through for a
few more days.  Nothing I can do about it, it's a "Feature" of having
robust e-mail that works correctly in the majority of cases even when a
server goes down for a while.

 Mark

Tim Hamel wrote:
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> I'm sorry Mark, wasn't really asking for a solution or a "why does this
> happen?"  Just wondering if it was happening to anyone else.  I know it's
> just a "return-to-sender" type mail.  Couldn't you temporarily unsubscribe
> this person to prevent further bounces?
>
> Thanks again,
>
> Tim Hamel

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