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Re: AOL 421 errors
- From: Matt Ghali
- Date: Thu May 04 13:52:10 2006
- Domainkey-signature: a=rsa-sha1; s=pants; d=snark.net; c=simple; q=dns;b=h6TzfoSH8E6zqfCE8KZ8mf/p1WvzLIgJ7eA8G+Sg5cyl6XrRH8gGoVKH5uRdkvuU/mi++k7M6twM4dOl9rvP8w==
Don't barrage them with bogus joejob bounce notifications?
IIRC that is a feature of your mail configuration down there.
On Wed, 3 May 2006, Matthew Black wrote:
We've noticed a surge in 421 e-mail errors from AOL.
Message soft bounced for '###@aol.com', '4.3.2 - Not accepting messages at
this time ('421', [': (DYN:T1)
http://postmaster.info.aol.com/errors/421dynt1.html', 'SERVICE NOT
It seems as though they've tightened down their policies.
We're pretty good at preventing spam with our IronPort
anti-spam gateways and internal policies.
We've also subscribed to their FBL notification service.
I'm surprised at the types of messages AOL customers consider
as spam. Anything and everything: university admission acceptance
notices; instructor class assignments; photos from friends; etc.
california state university, long beach
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