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Thanks Peter. So now I know the LISTSERV can send
and also get mail. You got though via email but I'm
getting bounced still. I get two messages with my
bounced mail. The first says "access denied" with my
email address. That looked as if only I would be getting
blocked but the second says "service unavailable" and
that would appear that everyone is being blocked.
Since we had a lot of posts going on Thursday and then
they stopped quickly on Friday I suspected a system-wide
I'll try unsubscribing and then resubscribing. Perhaps my
ISP restored mail in some fashion so that the LISTSERV
does not recognize my address.
On Sat, 17 Sep 2011 23:10:01 +1000, Peter Dillane <[log in to unmask]>
>On 17/09/2011, at 10:42 PM, Rickard A. Parker wrote:
>> My ISP's mail server was down for a day and I couldn't
>> send or get email. This morning my ISP's mail server
>> is running fine (though the web server is not.)
>> Yesterday I was able to connect to Missouri's LISTSERV
>> web server and it seemed to be running fine but there
>> didn't seem to be any new messages. The LISTSERV web
>> server and the mail server are the same machine.
>> Anyway, I sent some posts this morning and the LISTSERV
>> bounced them. I'm sending this message through the
>> LISTSERV's web interface to see what will happen.