On Wed, Jun 06, 2001 at 09:34:02AM +1200, Martin D Kealey wrote:
The first one was the worst because they were on a
full-time IP connection,
which meant that the mail loop just went berserk; to make it worse they had
changed the domain, and therefore there was *no* identifying information in
the list to figure out what had gone wrong. The others since have been
easier because they've been on various dial-up connections (and therefore
slower) and have had useful identifying information in the report headers.
Insert a header
into messages exploded out from your list, and deny any mail to the list
that contains that header. That catches most of them, in my experience.
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