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From: james <garftd@×××××××.net>
To: gentoo-user@l.g.o
Subject: Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Bouncing messages from
Date: Tue, 14 Jan 2020 17:57:28
In Reply to: [gentoo-user] Re: Bouncing messages from by
1 On 1/13/20 5:24 PM, (Nuno Silva) wrote:
2 > On 2020-01-13, james wrote:
3 >
4 >> On 1/13/20 11:32 AM, gentoo-user+owner@l.g.o wrote:
5 >>>
6 >>> Some messages to you could not be delivered. If you're seeing this
7 >>> message it means things are back to normal, and it's merely for your
8 >>> information.
9 >>>
10 >>> Here is the list of the bounced messages:
11 >>> - 189231
12 >
13 > How does one get to the message from that number? Is it possible to get
14 > an URL to the archived copy at using that
15 > number?
16 >
17 >> Anyone else getting these?
18 >
19 > It might just be the DMARC policy thing again.
20 >
21 > Here's a thread from last October/November about a similar message:
22 >
23 >
26 It's my list emails, where I start a new subject. Usually, I can reply
27 to an existing thread without issue.
29 I've read this and still do not know what *I* need to do to fix this, or
30 implement a workaround. I use thunderbird-(Installed versions: 68.4.1).
33 So some explicit pathways to a solution/workaround would be appreciated.
34 I also have a "free" limited/restricted email address::
35 'dtfrag@××××××××××.com' not sure if using this address would fix
36 things. The nice thing about 'thunderbird'
37 is I have a vast amount of saved emails, and it has worked flawlessly,
38 until these bounced messages started this year.
40 I've read through that aforementioned thread, but, being old and slow, I
41 did not see a fix for me. Perhaps gentoo runs a mail server, if I setup
42 with proxy-maintainer?
44 I was trying to post a new about MESOS 'A distributed systems kernel'.
45 Back in 2015 I have a working EAPI-5 gentoo ebuild, which I have
46 locally. Upgraded to
47 Mesos-1.9.0 via EAPI 7(or ?) was the guidance I was looking for.
49 So can I get a gentoo-rookie-proxy mail server access?
50 I'm quite certain *MY* issues are due to how Verizon
51 administers the mail services. Often, when I fire up Thunderbird, it
52 pucks for a few hours, then starts working with repetitive sends and
53 pulls. I guess it finally reverts back to something that works for
54 Thunderbird. I've been using thunderbird for a very, very long time and
55 have little desire to stop using thunderbird, as my main email system.
56 Now setting up
57 an easy-to-admin mail system(s) that is thunderbird friendly; I'm all
58 ears. I may be getting a single static IP, to facilitate just that, from
59 Verizon or ?.
62 Any help via this list or direct is most appreciated.
64 James


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