Re: kallsyms 2.6.8 address ordering
Date: Thu Aug 19 2004 - 17:42:22 EST
This seems to be the case. It's just happening silently. lkml needs to return a message to
help folks detemrine the problem if possible.
> "David S. Miller" <davem@xxxxxxxxxx> writes:
> Hello David,
> >> jmerkey@xxxxxxxxx is blocked from posting to this list. I have
> >> verified it though smtp, so I use my comcast.net account instead.
> >> David Miller **WONT** respond to emails or the other list
> >> maintainers.
> > Well, you're not in the by-hand SPAM filter, so it must be something else.
> > ? egrep drdos /opt/mail/db/smtp-policy.spam.manual
> > ? egrep jmerkey /opt/mail/db/smtp-policy.spam.manual
> > What message do you get back from direct smtp tests?
> My messages also won't get through if I send them directly using
> postfix from my workstation (with dynamic IP). I switched to using a
> smarthost and now everything seems ok.
> I thought it might be spam prevention. However, the SMTP server lkml
> is attached to accepted the messages perfectly and just dropped it
> silentily. It really should give an error when it's preventing spam,
> otherwise you might not even notice that your message got dropped.
> At least one message really didn't get anywhere while the SMTP server
> said that everything is fine. Or maybe it's a bug somewhere that drops
> messages unintendedly? Drop me a line if you need the log entry.
> However, I never suspected that I was dropped on purpose, and I still
> don't think so right now.
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