At 23:20 6/06/2001, DPF wrote:
On Wed, 6 Jun 2001 09:34:02 +1200, you wrote:
Has anyone else noticed a recent downturn in mail
deliverability for domains
hosted by Xtra?
In particular, in the last month I have had 3 mailing lists royally screwed
by having various clients of Xtra decide to disregard the envelope addressee
and send the mail back into the list injection point. The common features
in all cases have been
the primary MX is mta.xtra.co.nz
the mail is collected from there using a POP client
the mail is then fed to an Exchange Server
I've had this problem with Xtra for several months now so it isn't
recent. It does indeed bugger up mailing lists badly. As Joe or
someone suggested the short-term solution is inserting a taboo header.
Xtra IT Ops staff have had information back from the supplier of our SMTP
software on header rewriting, but are not sure the facility they talk about
will do what we want. They're going to do some experimenting to see what
can be achieved.
Xtra ISP Performance Manager
Mob 025 435 455; DDI 09 359 5854; Fax 09 362 8100
Level 13, Telecom Tower, 16 Kingston St, Private Bag 92028, Auckland
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