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RE: The pet supermarket relay?



Gene Heskett wrote:
> On Saturday 25 March 2006 15:51, Daniel B. Thurman wrote:
> >The ONLY time I get the pet supermarket reply is when I send email to
> > Fedora User's group.  I do NOT get it sending email to testers,
> > selinux fedora group.  So I am guessing that *somehow* between my
> > various mail clients (I used Outlook, OpenOffice Email, Thunderbird,
> > and sendmail) and from different outgoing email sites (I have two
> > different ones; M$ Echange and sendmail) email destinied to the
> > Fedora User's group gets intercepted and replys are sent back to the
> > sender.
> 
> That is NOT the case, as has been explained by many here, including me.
> FWIW, several of the debian-users lists and the various other redhat 
> lists are also similarly effected.
> 
> I am sick of the thread, as are 99% of the folks here, it goes on and on 
> seemingly forever as each new subscriber comes roaring in here 
> demanding the list management fix it.  We cannot and we have tried.
> 
> Now, if you would like to join uol.com.br as a /dev/null target in 
> my .procmailrc, I can accomodate you quite easily.  We've asked you to 
> do something similar so that you don't see them and you've refused, 
> insisting that you and only you are correct in the assessment of the 
> problem.  Please either add a filter rule to stop it from bothering 
> you, or just plain go away, something I'm very hesitant to say because 
> most are educateable, while you of course know it all and are not.  The 
> choice is yours.  You've been repeatedly told to ignore and delete 
> those messages or write a filter to stop them as they have absolutely 
> NOTHING to do with this list other than a message FROM this list to 
> someone unidentified is being RELAYED to an address at uol.com.br, 
> which in turn generates the C/R response you are getting.
> 
> We don't know who it is, there is no one with a uol.com.br address 
> subscribed to this, or any of the other lists so afflicted.
> 
> Your messages TO this list aren't being blocked, nor are the messages 
> coming to YOU FROM this list.  petsupermarket uol com br is nothing but 
vnoise, filter it or go away.
> >
> >-----Original Message-----
> >From: fedora-list-bounces redhat com
> > [mailto:fedora-list-bounces redhat com]On Behalf Of Barry Yu Sent:
> > Saturday, March 25, 2006 12:20 PM
> >To: For users of Fedora Core releases
> >Subject: Re: The pet supermarket relay?
> >
> >
> >The first time I encountered this problem was using Thunderbird (Which
> > I've been using all the time - setup with pop ans smtp, my messages
> > were blocked, and then I used webmail, but apparently still being
> > blocked.
> >
> >Jim Cornette <fc-cornette insight rr com> wrote:
> >
> >Barry Yu wrote:
> >> Is there any way I can get rid of this ? I was sending simple text
> >> base mail only and I sent it to fedora-list redhat com
> >> directly, now looks like the third party
> >> in same list can block my mail !
> >
> >Received: from web80829.mail.yahoo.com
> >(web80829.mail.yahoo.com [66.163.170.120])
> >
> >Received: (qmail 54044 invoked by uid 60001); Sat, 25 Mar 2006
> > 16:03:13 +0000
> >Received: from [69.233.170.41] by web80829.mail.yahoo.com via HTTP;
> > Sat, 25 Mar 2006 08:03:13 -0800 (PST)
> >Date: Sat, 25 Mar ! 2006 08:03:13 -0800 (PST)
> >From: Barry Yu
> >
> >
> >
> > How are you sending mail? Are you using pop3 or using the web
> > interface? If I am determining the information from the message
> > source, you are using the web interface via http.
> >
> >See if you can setup one of the many email clients, (evo, moz, tbird,
> >mail ...) and see if you are still getting your messages sent through
> > a third party. There should be a page that explains how to setup pop3
> > mail on the sbcglobal homepage.
> >
> >Jim
> 

I see you are blowing a gasket here :-)  All I am saying is that by my
OBSERVATION I simply note that I get the pet supermarket emails when I
post email to the fedora user's list.  I send mail everywhere else and
I do not have Pet supermart mail replies sent to me.  Where the problem
ORIGINATES I have NO IDEA nor did I offer to think where it might be.

Yes, I can block messages from Pet Supermarket so that is not a problem
for me.

Kind regards,
Dan


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